Striker delighted to be back...
United striker Ross McCormack was delighted to bring a long three months to an end on Saturday when he returned to the starting line-up for the first time since September.
The Scot, who tasted tentative action for the first time in over two months at Millwall last month, has been sidelined with an ankle injury which was sustained at Cardiff City just five games into the season.
"Saturday was three months to the day that I got injured so it has been a long three months," said Ross. "I've been working hard with the physios and the fitness coaches and played 90 minutes on Saturday, which even surprised myself a little bit to be honest.
"I felt fine, after maybe about 60 minutes I thought the legs were getting a bit stiff and the gaffer asked me if I was OK and if I wanted to come off.
"But I was enjoying the game and as the game went on I thought that I got stronger. Holding the ball up and getting more involved in the game. Overall I'm really pleased with the 90 minutes."
Ross's return to the starting line-up saw United make it three wins from three games with another convincing display, this time against a Huddersfield side who were fired up with their derby desire to claim our scalp.
"I think now we have found out what we want to do in a game," said Ross.
"We've got Tongey in there who passes the ball and chucks a bit of a dog in there. Greeny works so hard up and down the line and we've got the flare on the left with Jerome and even Ryan when he came on and set up two goals.
"We've got a good squad and hopefully we can keep going."
The Huddersfield game also saw Ross link up with Luciano Becchio once again and the boss again spoke of the South American's importance to the side in the wake of Saturday's success.
"Everyone knows what Luciano does," said Ross. "Outside the box is not his game.
"You just forgive anything that he does out there because if the ball goes in the box you know that he is going to be there or thereabouts as he showed Saturday with two great finishes."