By Derek Smithson
Danny Ward has shared a video on Twitter of some Huddersfield players and fans mocking Leeds after the Terriers secured promotion to the Premier League.
The two Yorkshire rivals were both in the running for promotion during the recently finished season but the Whites ended up just missing out on a play-off spot.
Meanwhile, Huddersfield finished fifth in the league table and secured promotion to the Premier League after beating Reading on penalties in the play-off final.
Goalkeeper Ward played a crucial role in the penalty shootout and was influential in their campaign during his season-long loan spell from Liverpool.
The 23-year-old was involved in the video of the Huddersfield celebrations and stated he “couldn’t help myself”, as cited by his personal Twitter account.
couldn't help myself, enjoy terriers 🔵⚪️ https://t.co/0lT7rWhxVe
— Danny Ward (@dan_ward52) May 31, 2017
The wild Huddersfield celebrations included the song “Leeds are staying down and the Town are going up”.
Terries manager David Wagner and former Leeds boss Garry Monk were both given bans by the FA after a heated confrontation during a fiery league clash between the two teams.
However, they will not meet next season in the league and Huddersfield are looking forward to their first ever taste of Premier League football.
Meanwhile, Leeds are on the search for a new manager as they look to end their stay in the Championship.
In other Leeds news, David Seaman has delivered his verdict on Monk’s departure.