Stuart Gray has urged his players to push themselves to the max during the run-in.
As many points on the board come Saturday 2 May is the aim of the game and Gray wants to see that fighting spirit shown at Rotherham last time out, for the remainder of the season.
And Gray believes his side will need that strength in character to combat a Huddersfield side in need of points on Saturday.
“It’s another Yorkshire derby and everybody wants the bragging rights,” he said.
“They are fighting and scrapping for points but I’m more interested in how we perform and I want the result.
“You have got to play until the last whistle is blown.
“We have shown great character and belief and we can look to that every time things aren’t going our way.
“I can say to the players, ‘let’s remember what we did at Blackburn and Rotherham.’
“We have to push ourselves to the max because at the end of the day, nobody will give you anything.”
With fixtures against the likes of Norwich on Easter Monday, followed by games with Brentford, Bournemouth and Watford on the horizon, Gray added:
“We still have teams to play at the top and bottom so we will have a big say in what is happening but I’m more concerned with what we do and I just want as many points as possible.”