Paul Heckingbottom is still looking for his first win as Leeds United boss, with the Yorkshire side set to welcome play-off chasing Brentford to Elland Road tomorrow.
The Whites have had a frustrating three games under the former Barnsley manager, drawing two and losing one.
However, there have been positive signs in the last week, with Leeds earning a point from 2-0 at home to Bristol City before leading high-flying Derby until stoppage time on Wednesday.
And, that positivity in the camp was demonstrated by keeper Andy Lonergan who delivered a passionate tweet ahead of tomorrow’s game.
Given the form of current number one Felix Wiedwald, it wouldn’t be a big surprise to see the experienced stopper return to the side.
The German made a huge error against the Robins on Sunday as he failed to deal with a routine long throw, whilst a misunderstanding with Liam Cooper led to Derby’s late equaliser in the week.
So, whether Lonergan’s tweet is because he knows he is playing or just a general message of support remains to be seen but Heckingbottom must be considering a change.
Leeds fans will be glad to see their player sending positive messages out on twitter ahead of what is a big game.
They also may want to see Lonergan back in the team, despite the mixed spell he had in goal earlier in the season.
The goalkeeping position has been a real concern for the Whites all season and Heckingbottom has a decision to make after events in the last week. Either way, whoever does start in goal will need to put in a good performance if they are to get anything from a confident Brentford side.
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