It's back to business at Brighton...
Aidy White is hoping Leeds United can take the form shown against Southampton on Tuesday to the south coast for Friday's televised clash with Brighton and Hove Albion.
Having picked up one point from the last two games on home soil, United shrugged off the home defeat at the hands of Birmingham City by hammering three without reply past Premier League Southampton in midweek.
"We've had some good performances and not some good this season," conceded Aidy.
"Hopefully we'll look back at Tuesday as maybe a pivotal performance and it gives us something to take into Friday at Brighton.
"The league is all over the shop with everyone beating each other, but we're like anyone else in that we want to win every game and we'll be looking to do that."
The Seagulls are level on points with United with a near identical playing record, and Gus Poyet's side only have the advantage of a higher league placing due to a superior goal difference.
"They have some very good players and it's a hard place to go," said Aidy.
"Gus has them well organised and they play some good football. They like to play it out from the back and it will be a tough game."
The Brighton trip is very much a case of returning to the bread and butter after the Capital One Cup draw handed United a home draw with Chelsea in the quarter-finals of the competition.
"It'll be fantastic to come up against a team like Chelsea," added Aidy.
"To have them at Elland Road is fantastic, and have a full house behind us great.
"You alway want to put yourself against the best and this gives you a chance...we could have had an easier draw and a chance to progress, but at Leeds we always like to do it the hard way so why not?"