Huddersfield boss Lee Clark says a "get out of jail card" helped his side stretch their unbeaten run to 41 games after a 1-0 win at Yeovil.
Clark admitted his feeling was one of relief having beaten the bottom-of-the-table Glovers courtesy of a goal 10 minutes from time by substitute Anton Robinson in Saturday's League One clash at Huish Park.
"Credit to Yeovil - they were excellent," said Clark.
"I thought we were awful in the first half but we got one or two things sorted out at half-time. In the second half we played some good stuff and created one or two openings.
"They were unlucky. They hit the bar a couple of times and the lad running in on a rebound (Ed Upson) is a very good technician and you expected it to be volleyed into the goal rather than wide.
"I don't know how many chances you get in a season. When you play Monopoly, you can get a "get out of jail card' but I don't know how many we've got left."