Winger confident of what can be achieved...
Winger Robert Snodgrass firmly believes togetherness will be the key factor in the drive to win promotion from the Championship.
The Scotland international's amazing scoring continued on Saturday when he took his tally to eight goals in eight appearances by scoring United's first in the 3-1 win against Ipswich at Elland Road.
Snoddy struck his 10th goal of the season with just 17 minutes remaining in the game as Leeds took control of the closing stages to come from 1-0 down against the 10 men of Ipswich.
"Three points is the main aim in every game from now until the end of the season," said Robert. "To do it again and come from 1-0 down was déjà vu, but we got the win and that's why these fans come here.
"We're still trying to get a foot in there and get a good performance in there and a good win. It is disappointing that sometimes it takes us to go a goal down or the other team to have a man sent off, but the weather conditions on Saturday weren't good and both sides found it hard.
"It was good to get the win because it was 10 days to the Birmingham game and it would have been horrible on the back of a defeat, but we have that time now, the window is still open, maybe some players will come in, maybe they won't, but we know we need to be ready.
"We were dogged on Saturday, but we know we need that performance. Games aren't always as easy what people think sometimes you have to stay in the game because we have players that can do what we did on Saturday. We need to be up there and fighting and these fans deserve success."
With skipper Jonny Howson set to be a January departure, Robert was quick to wish his departing captain all the best on his expected move to Norwich City, but the Scot says it's all about the here and now for Leeds and what the current crop can achieve.
"It's your captain and you're disappointed when he leaves," said Robert.
"Jonny's been injured, though, so he's been out for a few weeks now. We knew that and when one player gets injured you rally together. What happens, happens.
"We've got plenty of players who need to be ready when they are called upon and that's what this club is all about and I firmly believe that if we keep pushing forward, in the right direction, the fans, the backroom staff, the players, everybody, I think we will get there. Everyone can't go one way or another, we have to go in the same direction.
"You can't feel sorry for yourselves if you lose your captain. We have to roll our sleeves up and stand up and be counted. Nobody is going to give you three points or give you a football match. We'll wish Jonny all the best and he's been a great captain, but we're here at Leeds United.
"We'll approach every game the way we approach them all. We've got players here that I firmly believe can win a football match and we proved that many times this season. No footballer goes out and means to do a negative. I'd take promotion if we didn't play well. Nobody remembers if you don't play well because winning games is the most important thing."