Huddersfield Town striker Steve Mounié says the club will keep fighting to stay in the Premier League after their narrow 1-0 defeat to Fulham at Craven Cottage.
Aleksandar Mitrovic’s stoppage-time goal was the difference between the two sides on Saturday.
The defeat has left Huddersfield Town firmly stuck at the bottom of the Premier League table, while Fulham are one point away from safety.
The Premier League season is already halfway and Huddersfield is looking set to fight for their survival and Mounié says he will continue to give everything on the pitch.
“It’s a bit difficult for us and it’s hard to accept, but in this season there are still some games and we will still fight until the end,” Mounié told the club’s website.
“We will try to win games; that’s the most important thing. We have to just try to win the first game then the second and the third. We have to keep going.
“A win will be very important for us, it’ll give a lot of confidence to our team and our fans.
“I feel like our fans need it because we haven’t given them enough this season.
“I am very disappointed today because it was a very important game to lose, especially after the penalty save. It’s hard to accept.”