David Wagner
HUDDERSFIELD, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 05: David Wagner, Manager of Huddersfield Town looks on prior to the Premier League match between Huddersfield Town and Fulham FC at John Smith's Stadium on November 5, 2018 in Huddersfield, United Kingdom. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner admits the club has problems both in defense and in attack following their shock FA Cup exit at the hands of Bristol City.

The former Borussia Dortmund youth coach admits he faces a tough task of raising the morale of his players after their 1-0 loss to Bristol on Saturday.

The Terriers, who are bottom of the Premier League, suffered more misery against th Championship club with Josh Brownhill’s 72nd-minute strike proving the difference between both clubs.

“We have lost the last nine games in a row and seven of them have been by one goal,” said Wagner, according to Yorkshire Post.

“It’s tough to pick the players up and it’s the same for everyone at the football club.

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“We are in a difficult period and I didn’t see it coming, but we have to get through it.”

Asked if he felt under pressure, Wagner replied:

“To be honest, I’m not the right person to get asked this question, which is why I can’t answer it.”

“The fact is the responsibility is mine for what has happened at the football club in the last three-and-a-half years, and that includes what’s happening at the moment.”