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LUFC Redfearn happy with players hard work

Neil Redfearn has been happy with the player`s application and hard work since taking over as caretaker manager at Elland Road.

Redfearn says the players have been a credit to themselves and have mucked in on the training pitch.

Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Redfearn said "The training has been bright. The lads have worked hard again. We have gone through things that we went through last week and one or two other things towards the game.

"A little bit on how Brighton play and what we are looking to do and we are obviously aware of what they can do. You plan for the game and Thursday and Friday is always based around that.

"I have got the ideas across that I wanted to get across and they have worked hard and mucked in. I have to say they have been a credit to themselves and have been professional about everything and done things properly.

Leeds won their first game under Redfearn at Bristol City last weekend to move within two points of the play off places.

Redfearn has been assured he has the next three games to prove his credentials for the vacant manager`s position whilst the club look at the possible successors to Simon Grayson.

Redfearn is concentrating firmly on getting Leeds as high in the table as he can and says they still have a great opportunity this season. "Realistically we are still in with a chance of getting in the play offs and making something happen. The players all want to do well and that is the big thing," continued Redfearn.

Things could be much clearer in the next week with Leeds facing Brighton and Doncaster at home and a midweek trip to Coventry City.

Despite dismissing Grayson following the 4-1 defeat at home by Birmingham last week, Leeds are amongst the form teams in the division having taken ten points from a possible fifteen in their last five games.

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Date:Friday February 10 2012

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