28-year-old lifts lid on Michael Duff chat as new boy reveals his Huddersfield Town ambition

Wing-back Mickel Miller might make his Huddersfield Town debut this weekend. Huddersfield Town signing Mickel Miller says he’s “excited for the future” since joining his new club.

The 28-year-old joined the Terriers last week, signing a two-year contract after declining a new contract offer from Plymouth Argyle. Miller joins a team hoping to return to the Championship after being relegated last season, with the Terriers preparing for their first League One campaign since 2012.

The recruit has been impressed by the club’s determination to improve and is ready to get started with his new team. “When I first sat down with him (Michael Duff), he was telling me his ambition of where the club are, where they want to be, how he wants to play, and it’s all exciting,” Miller spoke with HTTV.

“Anyone sitting in front of him will say, ‘right, let’s get going, where’s the paper, I’m ready.'” I’m more than excited to see where the club goes after this season, and I just want the future to be fair.

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“I came from non-league, and I don’t want to limit my opportunities. When I get down with Mark (Cartwright) and the gaffer and they say, ‘Listen, we’re going to bounce back and we’re wanting to go again,’ that’s what I want to hear.

“I’m not going to sit there and say, ‘Oh, we’ll get promoted.'” We want to keep going. I believe everyone here will want the same thing, so it’s exciting.

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Miller joins the Terriers with the goal of achieving a third promotion from League One in four seasons, having previously done so with the Pilgrims and Rotherham United.

The wing-back began his career with Carshalton Athletic in the Isthmian League before moving up the non-league pyramid to the Scottish Premiership with Hamilton Academical. Miller admits that his non-league past helps to keep him motivated, and he promises to bring a hardworking attitude to the team.

“I think anything’s just about hard work,” explained the man. “I believe that hard work pays off. That is all I am about: work hard and God will take care of the rest.

“I would describe myself as hardworking, exciting, and giving my all. I’m not the type of person who accepts failure or mediocrity. I want to work hard for the team, and if everyone is on board

If we are all on the same page, we will succeed. “Obviously, I’ve been in non-league, so I understand how it feels to not have. Now that I am here, why would I relax or become complacent? It is not in me. “I keep reminding myself of that.”

Miller was confirmed as Town’s second signing of the window, following Lasse Sorensen, and Herbie Kane and Antony Evans have since joined the club.

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