Some Huddersfield fans will get a Premier League season ticket for £100

Yesterday is hard to take but never at the beginning of this season would we believe we have got to where we have and I'm sure we are all proud, as always, to be a Reading fan.

Wagner told Sky Sports News HQ: "It feels like less than 24 hours (since the play-off final)".

"We've had such a great season - what a wonderful pay-off to the season".

February 14 2013 - Mark Robins is appointed manager and six wins in their final 14 matches secure their safety by four points, finishing 19th.

"I still have a contract at Reading, there's nothing that's going to take me away from the club". They've given everything in every game to reach this final.

"You can talk about taking risks and taking the initiative but this is not just a league game, in the players minds there are other things", he said.

The match finished 0-0 after extra-time and the Terriers then fell behind in the penalty shoot-out. You can't create that kind of atmosphere and tension in training.

"Whilst this typically includes some increased expenditure on playing talent in the short term, it is important that promoted clubs are committed to long-term financial responsibility".

"It's been an unbelievable journey for me...and Aberdeen and Derek McInnes have played their part in that, no doubt at all".

"They've probably worked harder than they've ever done before and now they have got the credit, they're working for a Premier League football club and this town will be very proud to be involved in it next season". Klopp, who is godfather to one of Wagner's daughters, was the boss back in Germany, but they will meet in England on equal terms.

Palace need to replace Sam Allardyce in the dugout following his surprise resignation and with global stars such as Christian Benteke, Yohan Cabaye and Wilfried Zaha in their ranks, perhaps Stam could be the man to take them to the next level. "The good players do that". "You hope so, let's see how it goes". "He was an outstanding player throughout the season. It is a long season and you want players that want to get the maximum out of their careers". "But nevertheless it's been a great season and something to build upon for the future".

"Of course, I want to stay".

"I have proved myself at this level, I have scored over 50 goals in the last few years and I believe I have what it takes to have a bite of the cherry in the Premier League".

  • Salvatore Jensen