Midfielder on Wolves loss.
Leeds United midfielder Adam Forshaw was disappointed with Wednesday’s 3-0 defeat against Wolves.
The Whites who beat Brentford in their last home game at Elland Road, were unable to back that result up against the league leaders.
Forshaw admitted the players need to take responsibility for the recent run of results.
“We all have to take a look at ourselves, both individually and collectively,” said Forshaw.
“Wolves are a good side, they are by far the best team I have come up against in the Championship, they have so many players with pace and trickery, they are a cut above.
“The goals we conceded though were poor, they are fundamentals that you can really knuckle down and work on in training, but from our point of view we are really disappointed.
“The gaffer has been top class since he came in, he is a really good coach and although results haven’t been brilliant so far, it is nothing to do with him.
“I think we need to take ownership as players, definitely and as a team we need to be better.
“You can’t feel sorry for yourself, the games in this league come thick and fast, we play Reading in a couple of days.
“We are playing for Leeds and we really need to step up and be counted and prove that we deserve to be here, playing for this great club.
“This league is all about togetherness, if you have a good group, you are really well drilled and organised, you can do well.
“You take Cardiff City for example, they were fighting relegation last season and now they are second in the league now.
“We will definitely be hoping to be right up there next season.”