“I will be following him more closely from now on – my doppelganger. I had no idea about him, I didn’t know who the club had been linked with.
“I obviously knew that they’d parted company with Wagner and I was coming today thinking I’m sure the crowd will have their theories and there might be some chat going on the table where I’m sat. But little did I know that I’d become the chat.”
If Siewert does succeed Wagner then he has a monumental challenge ahead, with Huddersfield rock-bottom of the Premier League and 10 points adrift of safety following Sunday’s 3-0 defeat to Manchester City.
Warhurst says his “love affair with Manchester City goes back to when I was a little boy” and he had a unique take on how he would stop the reigning top-flight champions.
He added: “My tip, if I were the Huddersfield manager playing against a team like Manchester City, I think if they played a formation of 5-5-5, they might actually stand a chance!
“But I think they played well today and I was quite impressed with what I saw.”