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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Birmingham City manager John Eustace claims he has not set any targets for his side to achieve this season, despite being one of the early favourites to face the drop come May. Eustace's men sent their fans home happy this evening after beating Huddersfield 2-1 thanks to goals from Scott Hogan and Przemyslaw Placheta. The Polish wing-back was Blues' man of the match on the night and was rewarded with his first goal for the club. He netted just minutes before half-time to double the host's advantage after Scott Hogan bagged his first of the season inside the first five minutes of the contest. And Eustace was delighted that his side have been dogged and difficult to play in the first two games of the new campaign. READ MORE: Birmingham City player ratings vs Huddersfield: Bacuna and Placheta excellent in first win READ MORE: John Eustace raves about Birmingham City transfer business after Huddersfield win "The most important thing is that we showed that we are competitive and that we are very hard to play against," Eustace said. "This group of players...
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. "The players we've brought in have points to prove. I think that's the most important thing for me, collectively, this group of players want to play for one another but most importantly want to make the fans very proud here at Birmingham City and I think we have started okay. "We're not getting carried away at all, there's a hell of lot of hard work to come and there's going to be dark days as well but you can see that today the fans have really got us through that second half. My job is to get the fans, players and staff connected again, that's what we're trying to do and hopefully with performances like that, good footballing performances, good togetherness, collective defensive unit, hopefully that will help. Asked about what targets he has set his team this season, Eustace replied: "To be competitive in every game, we've set no targets, we just want to be very competitive and be very, very hard to play against, whoever we play. The most important thing is that we get the connection with the fans back, they will play a big part for us going forward. It's my job to rebuild this fantastic football club. "There's a lot of hard work ahead but tonight showed that we're committed as players and staff, certainly the fans are buying into that as well, that's good." What do you make of Eustace's comments? Let us know here READ NEXT: Birmingham City boss John Eustace issues transfer update Birmingham City head coach John Eustace provides Krystian Bielik injury update Jeremie Bela completes free transfer after Birmingham City exit Birmingham City interested in second transfer raid on Derby County Birmingham City linked with selling senior defender to reduce wages
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