"This will give everyone a lift to make the dirty yards against Newcastle, to make it as uncomfortable as possible for them".
Roared on by a 24,128 crowd, Huddersfield attacked from the outset and then defended with determination after they went ahead through Aaron Mooy's excellent strike.
The former Liverpool and Real Madrid manager spoke with little enthusiasm and asked about his mood had another short response: "I'm not happy because we have lost two games".
"I don't have to pinch myself but I didn't expect it", Wagner said after the club's opening home game.
Mooy was typically calm post-match as fans chanted "we are Premier League". We're only two weeks into the season, but the Terriers are off to an almighty flyer in the top division.
"When Mooy is going to receive the ball (in the lead up to the goal), can I make you believe that I'm going to shoot?"
THE Premier League is off and running again, with plenty of talent in every squad.
The 26-year-old had spent last season with Huddersfield on loan from Manchester City and was one of Wagner's top transfer targets as he made the arrangement permanent this summer.
He said: "From everything we have done in preparing the team, it is similar".
Tottenham thought they had done enough for a point but Chelsea won it six minutes later when Alonso's shot slipped through the hands of Lloris. We just need to keep our focus and keep our heads up for Huddersfield. Like our first game against Crystal Palace gave us a better picture, a better idea about the possibility of players competing in this division.
"We can't get carried away".
"And I am delighted today with the result and performance".
When it was suggested his team always faced a tough task tackling Huddersfield in the Terriers' first Premier League home game, the Spanish boss replied: "It depends how you come".