UWE Rosler accused his players of lacking 'belief' after they crashed to their heaviest defeat of the season against Huddersfield.
The rampant Terriers romped to a 4-0 victory at Griffin Park to stretch their unbeaten run to 36 games.
And Rosler was disappointed the way his players threw in the towel after the second goal.
He said: “There was nothing between the teams in the first-half but they were winning the headers in both boxes.
“After their second goal we pushed forward, lost our shape and looked vulnerable. They exploited that.
“Our belief went out that we could turn the game around. We owe our supporters to fight until the last minute.
“It's not acceptable, so everyone comes in tomorrow.”
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