Date:Sunday November 1 2009
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson was once again a happy man after his side hit four goals for the second time in a week.
It`s been the perfect response after Leeds lost their first game of the season at Millwall last weekend.
It may also silence a few of the other managers in League One, who have claimed Leeds have been 'lucky` so far this season.
Grayson has stuck with the same side that lost at Millwall, backing his players to respond in the right manner.
Speaking on BBC Radio Leeds Grayson said, "We`ve got a desire and a hunger not to get beat and were very proud of keeping clean sheets.
We`ve got quality players who can turn games and create chances."
When asked if he felt Leeds were well on their way to promotion after opening up a seven point lead at the top, Grayson was quick to put it into perspective with the side only being fifteen games into the season, when he said "All that matters is that we are seven points clear with two games to go."
Leeds now have a break from league action with the FA Cup first round clash at Oldham next weekend.
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