Wagner plans chat with Klopp after steering Huddersfield into Premier League

The win ensured at least 170 million pounds ($218 million) in guaranteed revenue for Huddersfield as a Premier League club next season.

Ultimately Leeds' quest for the play-offs fell short in April, but Huddersfield have gone on to achieve promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs.

However, Huddersfield have a pretty serious grudge towards Holloway as he tipped them for relegation this season.

He told the Reading Chronicle: "Time does heal and when we come back for pre-season, which won't be long, we'll look back and think we have solid foundations going forward".

Hoyle, who has been on the board since 2008 and chairman and majority shareholder since June 2009, said it showed you didn't need to spend big to rise to the top league - their payroll is just £12million. It proves you don't have to blow your brains to get promoted.

"It was very hard because of the totally different occasion". In training you can't create the same tension of a shoot-out in the stadium.

"The important thing for me was that the players took responsibility".

Asked about the constant talk of finance, and how limited Huddersfield's budget was compared to so many rivals, Wagner said it was lower than had been reported, and notably mentioned the predictions that they would go down. I feel bad for the players.

Of note to American soccer fans is that former USMNT worldwide David Wagner will take Huddersfield to the Premier League as manager. "You have the opportunity to become legends and they have done it, they are legends, everyone will remember this group and what they have done". You win, you stay in. So, like Wagner always says, it is not really the experience that will matter but the heart and struggle they will put up as a team.

The 45-year-old Wagner, a former US international, arrived at the northern English club in 2015 from Borussia Dortmund, where he was reserve-team coach, and only just managed to keep Huddersfield in the second tier.

Aaron Mooy's dream of joining the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United in the English Premier League dream has come true after Huddersfield Town secured promotion in a nail-biting penalty shootout at Wembley on Tuesday morning (AEST). Fans even broke into their favourite song, "He's got no hair and we don't care". Have a wonderful summer everyone and bring on next season. URZ!