"I wouldn't say it means nothing, because I'd much prefer to have six points than zero points after two games, but we also realise we have not actually achieved anything yet". The character of the team was good and we've got another point, another clean sheet, but we have to keep going. "The only thing we really wanted to find out was do we really have a chance. We remain the biggest underdogs".
Wagner continued: "Against different opponents you have to slightly change little bits (in your strategy) but in general we will never change".
Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has told The Mirror that he hopes to have a deal for Leeds United's Robert Green tied up imminently after agreeing personal terms.
Sabiri arrived for an undisclosed fee, believed to be around £1million, from FC Nuremberg, while Switzerland worldwide Hadergjonaj joins on a season-long loan from FC Ingolstadt 04.
The South Coast club could hand a debut to new signing Wesley Hoedt following his arrival from Lazio earlier this week.
Huddersfield haven't won their opening three league games of a season since the 1979-80 campaign, when they won the fourth tier; they last won their first three matches of a top-flight season in 1924-25, on their way to the second of three consecutive league titles.
Three games into their first Premier League season, Huddersfield are ahead of Manchester City on goal difference but could be usurped at the top by Manchester United, who are facing Leicester City in the 17:30 BST kick-off.