CHRIS HAS STAYING POW-ER AT TOWN
CHRIS Powell insists he will still be Huddersfield boss next season.
The 45-year-old took the reins from Mark Robins in September and has steered the club away from the relegation zone to relative safety.
A seven-match winless run came to an end against Ipswich on Monday, but it was thought by some that Powell had grown tired of life at the John Smith’s Stadium.
But the former Charlton left-back intends to remain in west-Yorkshire for the foreseeable future.
“I am Huddersfield Town manager, I enjoy being Huddersfield Town manager, I have settled in the area fine,” he said. “I understand when things aren’t going great that people might make stories up.
“I am planning for next year with the chairman, Dean Hoyle, to make us as strong as we can, make us better and more consistent.”