Win was mas­sive

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“I thought we played a good game all over, we fol­lowed our tac­tics, I saw that the goal was our first shot on tar­get.

“How­ever to me it didn’t feel like that, I had a feel­ing all the way through the match that we were on top.

“In the end I think we played re­ally well and it was a re­lief in the end to get the win, what an amazing day - it was a real team ef­fort.

“To get a goal in the end like we did, it’s just a huge re­lief in what was a very good per­for­mance by us, I think we dom­i­nated in a lot of the game.

“I was there cel­e­brat­ing when the goal went in - I felt a bit busted af­ter run­ning up there, but I was there cel­e­brat­ing with ev­ery­one.

“I’ve played in games like this, it’s a mas­sive game there are al­ways these types of fix­tures at the end of the sea­son where you are close to reach­ing your goal.

“Let the fu­ture see if we will reach our goal.”

Town have now put a sev­en­point gap be­tween them­selves and the rel­e­ga­tion places, and the Dan­ish keeper be­lieves the win puts Town in a very good po­si­tion.

He said: “It is a good po­si­tion to be in and a good gap to have at this stage of the sea­son.

“I would say there was a big boost in the locker room be­fore the game when we saw the Chelsea against Southamp­ton score, so thanks to Chelsea for that.”

Town’s main spon­sor Ope Sports are get­ting be­hind the Ter­rier’s Premier League sur­vival fight with sub­sidised travel to Chelsea FC.

With just four games left in the cam­paign, ev­ery clash is vi­tal with the en­counter at Stam­ford Bridge on Wed­nes­day May 9th bring­ing the cur­tain down on Town’s 2017/18 away trav­els.

And with this in mind, the global bet­ting brand are help­ing

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