Leeds United manager Garry Monk admits there is more to come from his side, following on from last night’s victory against Aston Villa.
In an interview with the York Press , the former Swansea manager admitted that his team can still do more as they continue to impress this season.
Monk said: ‘It is still work in progress. There is a lot more to come from this young group of players’.
Monk was speaking following a 2-0 win over Aston Villa at Elland Road, a win which ended the unbeaten run under of Steve Bruce of the Villans. The win moved Leeds up to fourth in the Championship table, and in with a real chance of promotion at the halfway stage of the season.
Monk continued: ‘An understanding has been built between the players, the fans and everyone at the club, which is crucial to what we are doing here. They (the fans) have stuck with the team. They were disappointed with the performance in the first half, but they pushed us over the line.
That support, the big crowds supporting our team is vitally important for the young players’.
It was another massive result for the Whites under Monk, who had begun the season in rocky fashion.
Leeds fans, what do you think to your young side? How far can you go? Let us know in the comments!