Yorkshire latest: Wednesday boss wary of Mackay; Blades have funds in January

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Cook on training

Leeds United youngster Lewis Cook believes that the Whites need to stay switched on for 90 minutes if they are to start winning more regularly. 

Leeds have been guilty of throwing away a number of leads already this season and the 17-year-old midfielder wants to see an improvement in this department. 

"We’ve been training well these last couple of days. We’re doing the right things, we were doing the right things on Saturday but we just need to finish those games well," Cook told the club's official site. "In the last 10 or 20 minutes we just need to do a bit better and manage the games more and get them wins."

Brindley to Scunthorpe

Rotherham United's Richard Brindley has joined Scunthorpe United on a loan deal.

The Millers' defender has struggled to get on the pitch for Steve Evans' side this season and joined the League One strugglers today. 

Gray on Mackay impact

Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray is wary of the honeymoon period which Malky Mackay could have as Wigan Athletic manager. 

Mackay took over at the club just over a week ago and the Owls boss expects their weekend opponents to improve, as a result. 

"Wigan have got a new manager so I would imagine that will give them a lift," Gray admitted to the Sheffield Star. "We know our home form has not been good enough and we have to turn things around.”

Blades to spend

Sheffield United will have funds to spend to improve the squad in January, according to a report in the Sheffield Telegraph

The Blades have been on the look-out for new additions for some time and it seems that Nigel Clough will be able to give the side a boost of quality at the next available opportunity. 

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