Redfearn on Adryan
Neil Redfearn says that Adryan offers Leeds United different qualities to other players in the squad.
The Brazilian playmaker scored his first goal for the club in the under-21 fixture last night and Redfearn, the academy manager, was on-hand to assess his ability afterwards.
"What he is, he's different," Redfearn said to BBC West Yorkshire Sport. "He does things that are a little bit different. He goes past people and tries things in certain areas and he's got great ability."
Lee delighted to comeback
Kieran Lee says that he is delighted to have made a successful comeback during Sheffield Wednesday's game against Leeds United.
Lee has missed much of the season with injury so far, but managed to get through his return to first-time action without suffering any ill-affects and he says it was great to be back.
“It was great to be back out there; it’s what I have been aiming for," he said to the Sheffield Telegraph. "It’s been really frustrating but you can’t rush back because you could be out for even longer."
Stay focused, says Powell
Chris Powell has urged his side to stay focused over the international break.
Huddersfield Town have improved under Powell's stewardship and he is hoping to keep the momentum building, even though they have a two week break from action before they face Blackpool.
“It will be another tough test, and we must stay focused over the next fortnight,” he said to the Examiner.
“This week will be a mix of recuperation and training, then we’ll start specific preparations for Blackpool.”
Steve Evans can't wait to return
Steve Evans says he is looking forward to another 'giant of a club' visiting Rotherham United when they return to action after the international break.
Leeds United visit the Millers' home ground on October 17th and Evans is clearly counting down the days.
"We look forward to another giant of a club, Leeds United, coming to New York Stadium," he said to the South Yorkshire Times.