RHODES REMAINS GROUNDED
Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes said he has not dreamt about scoring the winner in their play-off final against Sheffield United.
Rhodes, 22, struck his 40th goal of the season in the second leg of the Terriers' semi-final success over MK Dons, but insists number 41 is not at the forefront of his mind.
"It's not about me or who scores the goals," Rhodes said. "It's a matter of Huddersfield Town scoring more goals than Sheffield United. It's as simple as that, or I wish it was.
"Sheffield United were very unlucky not to get that second spot and for a large part of the season we were there or thereabouts as well, but it will be close on Saturday. We won 3-0 at their place and they won 1-0 at ours so we're both quite good away from home.
"It will be up there as one of my best achievements. But we're up against a very tough Sheffield United side and we're not counting on anything or thinking about winning just yet.
"We're just focussing on the task in hand and that starts on Saturday against a tough team in all departments, a very organised side with great shape. Over the 90 minutes it will be very tough, but hopefully at five o'clock Peter Clarke can walk up the steps to lift the trophy."
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