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Here is how Huddersfield Town fans reacted to the news that the club would be playing Premier League football next season after they beat Reading in a penalty shoot-out at Wembley:
Huddersfield Town's players have been speaking after winning the Championship play-off final at Wembley.
Here's what they told Sky Sports:
I think the manager plays a huge part, especially with the people he brought in during the summer...
It still hasn't quite sunk in. It just sums our season up to be honest. It's fully deserved.
The heart rate was pretty high. I think nobody is 100 per cent comfortable taking a penalty.
I'm so happy that I'm here with this wonderful team. I think we are going to have a party now.
It was the worst moment in my career but I think we just stick together.
Everybody achieved such a big thing, we are now in the Premier League with Huddersfield Town. Such a small club is now in the best league in the world, it's just crazy.
Huddersfield are back in the top flight after 45 years, clinching Premier League football and a £170million windfall by beating Reading on penalties in the Championship play-off final.
Few backed these sides to be challenging for promotion at the start of the campaign, with David Wagner's men considered to be in for a relegation fight as the Royals started anew under Jaap Stam.
Both teams have had memorable campaigns but Reading's has ended in heartache, whereas Huddersfield can look forward to life in the Premier League after securing a 4-3 penalty shootout triumph after 120 goalless minutes at Wembley.
Huddersfield Town are a Premier League club.
Christopher Schindler scored the winning penalty to make it 4-3 in the shootout.
The Championship play-off final against Reading finished goalless after 120 minutes before the Terriers turned around a shootout.
Town were trailing when Michael Hefele missed his spotkick.
But David Wagner's men scored their remaining penalties, while Reading's Liam Moore and Jordan Obita missed - Danny Ward saving the latter.
The victory means Huddersfield Town will start the 2017/18 season as a top flight side for the first time since 1972.
Normal time ends 0-0. Very hard to call a winner going into extra time now. A lot of finger nail biting at Wembley