The Terriers managed to battle their way through the playoffs last term and beat Reading in a penalty shootout to secure their place in the top flight.
With both teams struggling for form and desperate for points, Britton knows his Swansea side will be in for a tough afternoon when they host Huddersfield at the Liberty Stadium.
He told the club’s official website: “They did really well last season to get promoted and they have shown already that they can compete at this level.
“We have to focus on producing a performance this weekend that will give us a chance of getting a result, then we can think about Leicester next week.
“We know we have to be better at home, and it’s down to us players to make that happen.”
Dodi Lukebakio has played down reports of a loan move to Club Brugge, saying he wants to 'start over' at Watford.
Spanish outfit Leganes are being linked with a summer swoop to sign Swansea City striker Borja Baston
Brighton's Leon Balogun could miss Nigeria's World Cup opener against Croatia on Saturday after he missed training due to injury.
David Wagner's decision to sign a new deal was crucial for Huddersfield to bring in their transfer targets, according to Dean Hoyle.
Barcelona have been linked with a bid for Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan as they look to replace Andres Iniesta this summer.
Liverpool are set to switch their focus in the search of a new goalkeeper with Alisson reportedly close to joining Real Madrid.
The agent of Hertha Berlin left-back Marvin Plattenhardt claims the reported Everton target is staying focused on the World Cup.
West Ham are continuing to hold talks with Swansea about a double deal to sign defender Alfie Mawson and goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.
Juventus are still hopeful of signing Joao Cancelo this summer despite failing to agree a deal with Valencia, according to reports.