At a time when they sit in 18th spot in the table, there will be no-one associated with Bristol City who are satisfied with their current standing.
Nevertheless, collecting eight points from five matches is a considerable step in the right direction, and even a marginal improvement on that return would see Nigel Pearson’s men make quick headway up the table.
Bristol City’s winless away run was extended to five games last time out, but Pearson twice saw his side come from behind to claim a 2-2 draw at in-form Hull City.
Antoine Semenyo and Matty James made welcome appearances on the scoresheet, with the dramatic end to the game going some way to making up for late lost points earlier in the campaign.
As well as the result keeping Bristol City trending in the right direction, they are now within touching distance of becoming involved in a packed race for the top six.
On the flip side, Huddersfield are on the brink of dropping out of immediate contention having prevailed in just one of their last seven fixtures.
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Carlos Corberan has witnessed his side fail to claim three points from winning positions in their last two matches, the Terriers being denied by a late equaliser at home to Coventry City last week.
While the stalemate kept their points tally ticking over, it cost Huddersfield the chance to be within three points of fifth spot ahead of their visit to the South-West.
Leading marksman Danny Ward netted his fifth strike of the season in the draw with the Sky Blues, his first goal since November 3.