Huddersfield Town owner Dean Hoyle has admitted that manager David Wagner needs help in the transfer window.
The Terriers are currently bottom of the Premier League, eights point behind Cardiff City who occupies 17th place with both clubs facing each other when the league resumes on Saturday.
David Wagner’s men are the lowest scorers in the league and have scored just five times in their last nine outings.
“I’ve no idea,” said Wagner, when asked about the Hoyle investing in the squad, according to Yorkshire Post.
“Everybody knows the circumstances we have at our football club and that financially we are not at the top.”
“We will just have to see what we can make happen. The focus was always on Premier League survival before (Bristol City) and Cardiff is obviously a big game.”
“We have to get the feeling back that we are able to win football matches and collect points.”
“That’s why the Cardiff game is so big for us – not because it’s Cardiff and we have an eight-point gap to them. But because it’s our next game and we have to get the winning feeling back.”