Youngster looks to get better and better...
Young defender Tom Lees is determined to keep his feet on the floor as he continues to establish himself as a first team player at Leeds United.
The 20-year-old made his senior debut for the club as a substitute against Bradford and has been an ever present in the league since that night.
He scored his first Leeds goal against Hull City and has impressed during his run in the side.
"My first few games went alright," said Tom. "I've been working hard to cut out a few mistakes because I want people to be able to rely on me.
"I won't be getting carried away because I've played a few games. I want to get better every game. Every game you are learning different things.
"Hopefully on Saturday I can give a good performance and help the team get three points. "
United are looking to pick up back-to-back league wins for the first time by beating Bristol City in a game that could see Simon Grayson's side move to within touching distance of the top-six places.
"Back to back wins would be brilliant and if we can make our home form strong it will help with our league position," said Tom.
"If you can think you are favourites for every home game it is reassuring. They are all tough games and there are no poor teams, but good home form is important because it gives you confidence."