Steve Evans has named the only huge club in Yorkshire - Leeds United.
Wednesday travel to Elland Road on Saturday, before Leeds then travel to the New York Stadium to face the Millers on October 17, and Evans has already started preparing for an upset against the only huge team in the county.
As reported by Leon Wobschall of the Yorkshire Evening Post, Evans made the statement in the post-match conference on Tuesday night.
Evans:People can claim to be biggest club in Yorks; certain ones can claim to be massive but theres only 1 huge club in Yorkshire; Leeds Utd— leon wobschall (@LeonWobYP) October 1, 2014
Leeds certainly have a claim to be a huge club in the county, although their trophy haul is similar to those of current Championship rivals Huddersfield Town and Wednesday. However, the Whites have endured the most success over their history, with the Terriers and Wednesday winning just one trophy between them since the close of the 1934/35 season - when Wednesday won the FA Cup.
Yorkshire has a storied past in footballing history, and Leeds are certainly one of the teams that have helped build this aura of greatness that surrounds the county. Whilst Evans surely only made the statement to increase pressure on the Whites in the run up to their tough local derbies, he makes a point that is valid - and certainly accepted by a large portion of the footballing community.