Young Leeds star Sam Byram has admitted being frustrated at being in and out of the side.
Leeds United coach Darko Milanic continues to shuffle his side as he searches for his first win.
He has two losses and three draws so far, although the point at Carrow Road last night appeared to one one gained rather than two lost as Leeds fought back from a goal down.
Sam Byram featured at right-back, and has played four games of the five under Milanic, but was dropped for the previous game against Rotherham United.
Quizzed after the contest away to Norwich, Byram admitted being left out for the previous match was an unwelcome experience.
He told BBC West Yorkshire: "I think I'm doing alright. It's frustrating to come out the side and then coming back in, who wouldn't be frustrated? Everybody wants to play as much as they can.
"I like to attack and make runs, I think I can be a bit of a threat in that sense."
Byram was dropped for Gaetano Berardi against Rotherham, who himself has been shunted between left-back and right-back, with Stephen Warnock in and out of the side, who has himself admitted his frustration.
With a squad as large as Leeds United's it's impossible to keep all of the players happy, but the dissenting voices will quickly quieten if the club begin to put a run of wins together.