We report on the three players Leeds loaned out to other clubs this week...
Before Ipswich's clash with Charlton Athletic, Mick McCarthy stoked the fire, criticising Leeds owner Massimo Cellino for damaging Hunt's career.
Whatever the Ipswich boss did, though, it clearly worked...
Ohhh and thanks for all the comments I couldn't be happier for the boys,Staff and Fans!! Hopefully it's only the beginning xxx— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) November 29, 2014
Meanwhile, another Leeds forward, Nicky Ajose, also shone on his debut for League One side Crewe Alexandra.
The 23-year-old failed to score but registered an assist after setting up Uche Ikpeazu during Crewe's 1-1 draw with Doncaster Rovers.
And, according to Crewe boss Steve Davis, Ajose and Ikpeazu have already formed an 'instant partnership.'
"There was an instant partnership there between Uche and Nicky in training and there is real promise there," he told reporters.
"They haven't had a lot of football this season so we've got two weeks to work with them now and get them fitter. I think there is real hope for us as you could see that they both caused Doncaster a lot of problems."
Wootton's Rotherham debut was perhaps less spectacular but the Leeds man caught the eye of a few fans nevertheless as United drew 1-1 with Blackpool.