Improved performance gives added hope...
Friday's 0-0 draw with Reading may have seen Leeds slip out of the Play-Off places - but manager Simon Grayson remains confident his side can end the season in the top-six.
Reading's eight-game winning streak was emphatically ended by Leeds at Elland Road as Grayson's side turned in their best performance for some weeks.
But Nottingham Forest's win against Leicester was enough to lift them above Leeds on goal difference while Burnley's 4-2 win at Derby on Saturday moved them level on points, albeit with an inferior goal difference.
"I was disappointed with a point on Friday, but it was a good point against a good side," said the Leeds boss.
"We played with energy, enthusiasm, and quality. We created chances and the only thing that was missing was the killer instinct.
"Their keeper won the man of the match which says it all.
"There's still three games to go and we have a great opportunity. The confidence hasn't dwindled as you saw on Friday.
"It's where you finish in two weeks that counts and as I've always said there'll be twists and turns.
"Anybody can beat anybody as we saw with Boro's win at Hull on Saturday, but the focus is still on what we can do."