United manager Neil Warnock will be heading to Ewood Park on Saturday (3pm) to face Blackburn Rovers with no fresh injury concerns.
The United boss will have a near full strength side to choose from but may decide to stick with the team that defeated Blackpool at Elland Road on Wednesday evening.
"It was a complete performance," said Warnock. "Even though Paddy Kenny pulled off two world class saves.
"It was from one to 11, everybody had a great work ethic but there was quality football as well.
"So it was nice to see the performance and right result."
United striker Steve Morison will be looking to continue his route to full fitness since his arrival from Norwich in January, with Neil Warnock having being impressed with his contribution so far.
"I would say that he is only 60 percent fit, it's hard when you have been out for so long," said Neil.
"I think we have seen parts of his game that we haven't had at the club since I've been here.
"And I believe that he will be a favourite for years here, especially when he gets his fitness up to top levels."