At Huddersfield Town for a couple of seasons, Carlos Corberán oversaw 102 games at the Championship side, picking up an average of 1.41 points per game.

He was never sacked, but decided to leave, eventually taking up the managerial spot at Olympiacos in Greece earlier on in the summer.

He only managed 11 games, however, before the owner decided to change things, getting rid of Corberán on September 18th.

The former Huddersfield manager was only in the job for six weeks, and he understands that a club of that stature needs to meet certain objectives, which he wasn’t entirely able to do, expressing as much in an interview with AS in Spain.

He said: “The first objective was fulfilled, which was to put the team in the Europa League and then, obviously, those games came with league games for the start of the league. When you sign with Olympiacos you know that it is a winning club, where you have to get the results and they give you time and not the other way around.

“There are clubs that give you time to achieve results and others in which it is the results that allow you to have the time to express the idea of playing that will continue to allow you to achieve results. I am very aware of the team I came to, of the winning mentality they have and for that I do not have any kind of frustration. You always want to develop your work and achieve the goals you set for yourself”

Either way, he is now without a club, and he also spent a bit of time discussing his exit from the John Smith’s Stadium.

He said: “After that promotion (with Leeds), I received a call from Huddersfield and I spent two seems with the team until this summer. I put an end to the contract that linked us because I wanted to aspire to a club ambitious in sporting achievements, and that was the reason why Olympiacos arrived six weeks ago.”

During his time at Huddersfield Town, Corberán had a rather poor first season, finishing 20th in the league, but the club gave him time to instil his ideas, which paid off.

The Spaniard then took the club to third the following season, winning 23 games from a possible 46, reaching the playoff final, where they eventually lost to Nottingham Forest due to a Levi Colwill own goal.