United manager reflects on Leicester reverse...
United manager Neil Warnock said Saturday's 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Leicester City summed up the season for his side.
United were beaten with virtually the last kick of the season by the Foxes to end the campaign with a worst ever home record.
"I think it's justified," said the frustrated manager. "It just shows you how low we are. Instead of being a fortress to us and an advantage, it's been a weakness all season. That won't happen again.
"As a manager you need to know what nine or 10 of your players are going to do and as I've said before, it's toss of a coin at the moment. It's probably the lowest ebb for me, even though we could have won the game. I think Nigel (Pearson - Leicester manager) knows we'll be two different teams next season.
"It's not the lowest ebb I've ever had. But for Leeds to lose that many games is about as low as you can get. I don't think the players could have tried any more but with a bit of fortune we wouldn't have had it but that's how it goes.
"We are going to have a drastic change to the squad and you've got to blend them in. We have to blend them in and then do well straight away. I haven't got time to blend them in and then wait until Christmas.
"Let's get ready and get in amongst them at the start of the season. I want hungry players and a lot of attributes in the players I'm looking to sign.
"This week you'll see what I intend with the retained list on Wednesday"