Date:Monday October 19 2009
Simon Grayson was a relieved man to see Leeds come away with all three points after a very hard fought win against Norwich City.
Leeds claimed all three points with a winner deep into injury time after looking second best for long periods of the second half.
Speaking on SkySports after the game, Grayson said "We`ve got a desire to keep going till the very end, and we`ve got players that can win football matches for us".
The turning point for Leeds came in the 73rd minute when Grayson gave a debut to new loan signing Max Gradel from Leicester City.
He quickly got involved in the action and almost set up Beckford on four separate occasions.
Grayson admitted that maybe Leeds were a little lucky to claim all three points, but he put the desire of his squad down to the fact that they kept going till the very end.
The result sees Leeds go two points clear at the top and still with a game in hand, they still remain the only unbeaten side in the Football League.
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Date:Monday October 19 2009
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