Jason Pearce has become the first Leeds star to provide details of their new head coach's early training sessions.
Leeds United defender Jason Pearce has revealed how new manager Darko Milanic is working to make them harder to beat.
Although the club are unbeaten in their last four matches, Pearce has told how one of Milanic's first messages to the side was about adapting their set up.
He told Leeds United TV, regarding the training sessions: "It's different, a lot of (work on) shape, and organisation and things like that maybe we are not used to.
"Hopefully it'll bring a different aspect to our game, so we are more solid as a team."
"Then we were playing five-a-sides and keep ball and things like that."
Milanic is in a strange position for an incoming manager as Leeds are currently a winning side, whereas usually a new boss will come in immediately when results are not so good.
This means he must not try to change too much too early, and needs players such as Pearce to buy into his planning - an early win against Brentford will be essential.
Pearce went onto add: "All the boys are ready for a new start again, but its coming off the back of four good results
"He'll give us a chance to show what we can do and hopefully he'll be able to improve us.
"I did call him gaffer, but everyone is saying it's head coach. I don't really know what to call him."