Taylor, Cook & Redfearn react to Leeds United's win over Bolton

The Leeds trio gave their views after securing only their second win of the Championship season.

Leeds United secured their second win of the Championship campaign against Bolton on Saturday after Stephen Warnock scored a first-half winner.

And the Yorkshire side's players were understandably pleased and relieved to have earned three vital points.

The word used, to be precise, is 'buzzing,' as both Lewis Cook, who played the full 90 minutes against Bolton, and Charlie Taylor, who replaced goalscorer Warnock, tweeted:

Meanwhile, caretaker boss Neil Redfearn also spoke about his feelings after the game, admitting that he 'loves' coaching the players.

This is Redfearn's third spell in caretaker charge at Elland Road and speculation has linked him with the job on a permanent basis.

"I love coaching and working with players," he told reporters after the game.

"The most important thing is that the appointment is right for the football club. I will have a chat with the president and see what he is thinking.

"It is his decision but the club needs a settled set of circumstances."

The Championship now stops for the international break but, when the players return, Leeds face two away fixtures on the bounce.

First, they travel to Birmingham City, before facing Bournemouth three days later.

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