HEREFORD United boss Graham Turner has called on his players to get back-to-back wins when they entertain Huddersfield Town tomorrow (3pm).

Having ended a run of five successive defeats at Carlisle United on Tuesday night with a 2-1 victory, the Edgar Street chief is looking for his charges to boost their League One survival chances with victory over the Terriers.

Turner has signed Shrewsbury winger Marc Pugh on loan until the end of the season and returned to Bristol City to bring back Jennison Myrie-Williams on a temporary basis.

The Hereford supremo wanted to inject pace into his side following an ankle injury to Matt Done on Tuesday.

“If you looked at when we had Lionel Ainsworth here we had pace and, with losing Matt for a period of time, I was conscious that we needed to get some pace back,” Turner said.

“The pitches are quite hard and bobbly now and hopefully this injection of pace will help our cause.”

The Bulls are eight points adrift of safety in League One but, given their inferior goal difference to Northampton, Turner’s outfit would need to overhaul nine points.

While Hereford are still a long way from survival, the Edgar Street chief says the win over the Cumbrians has given his players confidence.

“It has perked everyone up nicely,” Turner said. “To go to Carlisle in atrocious conditions and bring back three points is quite an achievement. What we need to do now, to give us a chance of staying up, is make it back-to-back wins tomorrow.

“That will give the players extra confidence and belief that we can do it.”

The Terriers may recall former Everton striker Danny Cadamarteri to the starting XI after he came off the bench in the 2-2 draw with Cheltenham Town last weekend to score.

Ainsworth, a permanent signing from Watford, will be looking to start against his former employers.