Huddersfield boss Lee Clark praised the impact of his subs after two came off the bench to score in a 2-0 home win over Tranmere.
Clark has a massive squad to choose from and has players champing at the bit from the sidelines.
Gary Roberts scored a superb opener just three minutes after coming on in the first half of Saturday's League One clash at the Galpharm Stadium and Scott Arfield sealed the points late on.
"All the subs seem to be making an impact when they come on and both goals were of the highest quality," said Clark. "I am delighted with the group of players I've got. The lads are disappointed when they are not in the starting XI and every game players are coming off the bench and doing the business.
"It shows how strong the competition is when Peter Clarke, Damien Johnson and Oscar Gobern are all fit but didn't even get changed."
Town stretched their record unbeaten league run to 32 matches and Clark added: "It's a crazy run really and the players have to realise what they've done. They don't get the credit they deserve."