Take away the disastrous reigns of Dave Hockaday and Darko Milanic and what do you get?
Well, as results show, you get a Leeds United side that is unbeaten at home this season.
Yes, Neil Redfearn has now managed five games at Elland Road so far this Championship campaign - and he has not lost a single one of them.
A Mirco Antenucci double secured arguably the Yorkshire side's most impressive result yet this term yesterday afternoon, as Leeds beat league-leaders Derby County 2-0.
And BBC Pundit Leroy Rosenior is unsurprised by United's win over the Rams. According to him, this is exactly how Leeds were playing the last time Redfearn was in charge.
“This is exactly how Leeds were playing the last time Redfearn was there before the job was taken away from him!" he told the Football League Show.
“Elland Road is one of the most intimidating places to go to play your football but it’s wonderful if you’re the home team. The fans are really behind Neil Redfearn and Leeds are a really dangerous side right now.”
Not many Championship teams will fancy visiting Leeds anytime soon, then, it seems...