Date:Friday January 11 2013
Leeds United defender Tom Lees says the club have no one to be afraid of in the second half of the season.
Leeds have beaten inform sides at home in four of their last five home games and Lees says it is frustrating to not be able to put a run together, with poor performances on the road recently at Derby County, Nottingham Forest and Hull City.
Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Lees said, "We have done well against teams like Crystal Palace and Leicester and then we don`t do well in other games. It is really frustrating.
"I don`t think we have much to be afraid of, we just have to attack the second half of the season and get a good run going."
The championship remains a hard league to predict and Leeds sit just two points outside the play-off places despite their indifferent form.
Cardiff City are beginning to pull away at the top of the championship and are currently nine points clear of second placed Hull City.
With the division as tight as it is, Leeds are nine points behind third placed Crystal Palace and are just nine points above Birmingham City who are currently in twentieth place.
Leeds have finally started to make a move in the January transfer window. Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has signed on loan for a month and Michael Tonge returned to the club on a permanent basis.
With the FA Cup taking precedent in January, Leeds have just two championship games between now and the transfer window closing at the end of this month.
Leeds face two sides fighting for their lives at the foot of the table. A trip to managerless Barnsley is first up on Saturday before second from bottom Bristol City visit Elland Road next Saturday.
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Date:Friday January 11 2013
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