Huddersfield boss Lee Clark enjoyed a fine second-half display and a boost to his side's goal difference in the 4-1 win at wind-swept Exeter.
After failing to make an impact early on, the Terriers were rampant in the second period as goals from Danny Cadamarteri, Gary Roberts, Anthony Pilkington and Kevin Kilbane gave them the points.
"It wasn't a perfect performance and I have just said that to the players as they came back into the changing room,'' said Clark.
"The reaction of four or five players was to have a go at each other because they scored a goal at the death, but I like that. I've liked what I have seen.
"You just want to win matches and if you can add goals to that then you can really go for it. It is hard enough to win football matches and we just try and do that. There are teams around us with healthier goal differences. If you can improve that then you do."
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