Date:Sunday November 14 2010
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson is looking for his side to put a good unbeaten run together after making it four games without defeat with the win over Bristol City on Saturday.
Speaking on Radio Leeds, Grayson said, "We are delighted where we are but it`s a long season, we never got to down the other week when we lost a couple of games and we won`t get to carried away with the situation.
"I challenged the players a few weeks ago to go on a little consistent run and go six to ten games unbeaten."
Leeds have now taken ten points from the last twelve available and have climbed back into the play off places in fifth spot, having recently suffered a poor run of results that had seen them drop into the bottom half.
Anything can happen in this division and three or four wins on the bounce can quickly see you in the mix for the promotion places, whilst three or four defeats could see you quickly staring at a relegation battle.
There is currently just ten points between fourth placed Derby and Bristol City who fill the last relegation spot.
Leeds will be hoping to continue their good run of away form over the next few weeks when they travel to Norwich City and Reading in their next two games.
The whites have won their last three games in a row on the road and have scored nine goals in total.
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