United boss on Cardiff clash...
United manager Neil Warnock spoke of his frustration after Saturday's 1-1 draw at Cardiff City.
Luciano Becchio secured a point in Wales when he levelled for Leeds, but the boss was left frustrated following another encounter where he felt his side should have done better.
"You just want your team to try and play well and I was a bit disappointed," he said.
"Ross McCormack had a great chance early doors and if he puts that in then there's a lot of pressure on them. But we don't do that to teams I'm afraid.
"The first half was frustrating because we were miles away from doing the little things I usually take for granted - yet we had the best chance."
The boss did pay tribute to two of the younger members of his side, though. Zac Thompson was handed another start at the heart of the midfield after returning from suspension while Tom Lees again impressed the manager at the back.
"It was important to give Zac a game and I only decided to play him on the morning of the game," said the boss.
"I changed my mind. He can't go into the summer having got sent off for kicking somebody. He needed another game.
"But Tom Lees was head and shoulders man-of-the-match. He was super, learning all the time. He'll be one of the main lads here next year."