LUFC Grayson turns focus to Saturday
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson turned his focus to Saturday`s West Yorkshire derby with Huddersfield Town after seeing his side return to form in midweek.
Leeds defeated Oldham Athletic 2-0 at Elland Road on Tuesday, only the side`s second league win of 2010.
Grayson was pleased to see a return to form and believed that there was a zip and a spark about that that had been missing recently.
Huddersfield have been enjoying a good season and are currently sixth in League One and remain the only unbeaten team at home all season.
Grayson believes that his side can more than match the terriers on Saturday, speaking on the official website he said "We`re up against a decent Huddersfield side both collectively and individually, but we like to think we`ve got those players as well".
The two sides shared the points in an entertaining 2-2 draw at Elland Road in December.
Leeds will be hoping to break their duck at the Galpharm Stadium having lost on their two previous competitive meetings there 1-0.
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