In a tense and hardly fought Championship play-off final between Huddersfield and Reading, the Terriers emerged as victors in the cruellest of fashions thanks to Christopher Schindler's winning penalty.
August 2016 - Huddersfield take 13 points from their first five matches to get Wagner's first full season in charge off to a flying start.
Farke was appointed as the new head coach of the Canaries last week, following an impressive season in which he guided the Dortmund reserves team to a second-placed finish, suffering only three league defeats throughout the campaign.
The club have announced they will celebrate promotion with a civic ceremony on Tuesday evening.
"And like I said before, I still have a contract for another season, so at the moment I don't really want to think about what's going to happen".
And Wagner hit back at critics like QPR manager Ian Holloway, who tipped the Terriers to go down at the start of the season: "I'm happy we have proven that experience is not everything".
Aaron Mooy's dream of joining the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United in the English Premier League dream has come true after Huddersfield Town secured promotion in a nail-biting penalty shootout at Wembley on Tuesday morning (AEST).
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A witness told them Sterling sent them a Facebook message stating he was threatening to shoot officers and was heavily armed. However, this did not seem to occur on Thursday, with the armed man slipping through into the convention while fully armed.
The planning begins immediately, given that they are a few weeks behind Newcastle and Brighton in terms of preparation, and manager David Wagner has shown that he has the tactical acumen not to be phased by the rigours of the Premier League. But like they say, life is full of ups and downs...and so is football.
"I think we deserved it and the feeling is unbelievable now".
As the celebrations got underway on the pitch, the Huddersfield supporters were delighted by the sight of Smith hobbling towards them, throwing his crutches to the floor, and celebrating with arms aloft.
After nearly half of century, to be exact 45 years, Huddersfield is in the top division of English football.
"A lot of the pundits wrote us off before the season", Wagner told Sky Sports.
"But of course they helped us achieve what we achieved and made a big impact and they're very interesting players - but not only for our club".
"For sure we will be the biggest underdog next year, but that could also be our biggest strength and we can draw on that".