Adi Hütter on...
…Eintracht’s winning streak since the reverse fixture at Wolfsburg: “The most important game was the 2-0 win at Augsburg. The win against Leverkusen got us into a flow, and during this time we’ve really deserved all the points we’ve collected. We’ve been asking ourselves the whole time where the journey is headed. Now we know. We have the chance to move within a point of Wolfsburg with a win. That’s the clear target.”
… Hinteregger and Younes: “Martin Hinteregger won’t be fit in time for the game on Saturday. Amin Younes has been training with the team again. He had an adductor issue while he was with the national team, which is also why we had to take him off at Dortmund. He’s fit to play on Saturday. Almamy [Touré] and Ragnar [Ache] won’t be back before the end of the season.”
When I look at how Steven Zuber or Ajdin Hrustic, who aren’t getting much playing time at the moment, get stuck into training every day and work hard, I can only take my hat off to the lads. THead coach Adi Hütter
…Eintracht’s team spirit: “We have a great atmosphere in the team. When I look at how Steven Zuber or Ajdin Hrustic, who aren’t getting much playing time at the moment, get stuck into training every day and work hard, I can only take my hat off to the lads. That’s why it’s important to give them the feeling that they’re a very important part of the team.”
…the opposition’s strengths: “Wolfsburg are an awkward, disciplined team, who play quickly in both directions. To have only conceded three goals in the second half of the season is incredible.”