- Josh Koroma was happy after his first goal for the Championship side on Wednesday over Sky Bet League One side Rochdale.
- Koroma, 20, a Sierra Leone native found the net in Huddersfield Town 3-1 over Rochdale in pre-season at the Crown Oil Arena.
The former Leyton Orient academy product, who last month joined Championship side Huddersfield for an undisclosed fee on a three-year contract, explained how important it is to win games in pre-season.
“It’s good to get the winning feeling all the time you just want to win games no matter if it’s a friendly, a cup game or a league game. You just want to win games.”
“Scoring was good of course, but most importantly we got 90 minutes out of everyone, and we won,” he told clubs website.
The match was Town fourth pre-season test.
Koroma was also full of praises for the Huddersfield Town supporters as they outnumbered the Rochdale fans at the Crown Oil Arena.
“The Town fans made it feel like a home game. It’s the most I’ve ever played in front of in a pre-season game.”
“I just want to thank them, they were great today, they didn’t stop signing.”
?️ "It’s good to get the winning feeling.
— Huddersfield Town (@htafc) July 18, 2019
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