Leeds are slowly rebuilding under Steve Evans.
They had a turbulent start to the season mainly because of their controversial chairman Massimo Cellino, who sacked manager Uwe Rosler, after a small run of bad form before then pulling out of selling the club to the fans.
He has backed new manager Steve Evans with the funds to go out and get new players and along with Rosler they have brought in striker Chris Wood, attacking midfielder Stuart Dallas and Brentford holding midfielder Toumani Diagouraga who have been steady so far.
They have also delved into the loan market a few times with the signing of Sunderland midfielder Liam Bridcutt and Middlesbrough winger Mustapha Carayol.
They did lose young right back Sam Byram to Premier League side West Ham, but did keep hold of young starlets Lewis Cook and Charlie Taylor, who were all targets for Premier League clubs.
The fans are happy with the football being played by Leeds, but their defence still looks leaky and their strikers are very inconsistent, and Evans may look to further strengthen in the emergency loan window with defence and attack his main priority, as the midfield looks well balanced.
West Ham have an excellent youth academy and have plenty of young English talent in there side like Byram and Cresswell, as well as loads of youngsters ready for first team football in the Championship.
Here are THREE West Ham players Leeds could sign in the emergency loan window…….
PRESS THE IMAGE BELOW TO SEE THE THREE PLAYERS!