There is never a dull moment at Leeds United at the moment, although most Leeds fans would probably wish for one. At the weekend they were defeated by Wolves and Darko Milanic was swiftly dismissed after just 32 days in charge.
During his time at the club he tinkered with the first-team attempting to find the best team to earn wins in the Championship. On many occasions that did not include Stephen Warnock.
The England international was often left on the side-lines by the Slovenian. It even caused a rumour that the Leeds left-back had been frozen out by owner Massimo Cellino. He was even reported to have complained to the PFA, something he swiftly denied.
Now he has been talking to the official Leeds website about his struggles at the club - insisting that he is looking forward rather than backward.
"It’s always frustrating. I felt my form was good and you go into games in and out of the team and it’s frustrating.
"You lose a bit of fitness, a little bit of sharpness, you come back in two weeks later and you try and do a job.
"But I’m not going to complain about it because that was the way the manager wanted to do it and he felt that he wanted to rotate things. I just want to play games, I’m not different to anyone else.
"I’m going to get frustrated but I’m not going to spit my dummy out like a lot of people have said I’ve done. I’ve just got to knuckle down and get on with it."
Warnock is now hoping to become a first-team regular again under the management of Neil Redfearn - and help Leeds back up the Championship table.