We take a look at four Leeds United players who could depart the club in the January transfer window.
As Leeds United move into a new era under Neil Redfearn, the Whites' current boss is expected to make a number of changes to personnel at Elland Road.
Redfearn has expressed a desire to trust the youth players to drive the club forward, and it has left a host of current stars' futures look uncertain.
In this piece we take a look at four Leeds players who could find their time at the club is up in January.
The experienced central midfielder has found his route to the first-team blocked since starting the season in the starting line-up.
Tonge was a regular under David Hockaday, but he failed to make a big enough impact to stay in the team after his dismissal.
Tonge has made just four appearances since the end of August, and it is hard to see him dislodging any of the side's current starting midfield options.
At 3, time is starting to run out on Tonge's career and he is unlikely to be happy with watching from the substitutes' bench.
Despite showing his quality in patches, White's persistent struggles with injury have left many questioning his future at Elland Road.
Blessed with blistering pace, White can be a threat at this level and is one of the players who Redfearn knows well - having brought him up through the youth team.
However, he may have to deem this as the time to move on. The left-sided player's contract expires in the summer, and accepting a cut-price deal could be favourable to allowing him to leave on a free.
A lack of interest stopped David Norris from leaving Leeds on loan, but he may attract more attention when put up for a permanent move.
The 33-year-old is short of the quality required to make a success of himself at Leeds, and has played just once for the team this season, but his experience could be vital for a side lower down the footballing pyramid.
The Whites are known to be keen to offload Norris, and he is unlikely to cost very much if any side did make a bid for him.
A figure of much derision, Steve Morison's time at Leeds appears to be coming to an end in disappointing circumstances.
The powerful targetman has failed to score this season and never really fulfilled his expectations after signing at the Yorkshire club.
His form in the Championship previously should mean that a number of second-tier clubs are interested and Leeds are unlikely to block his transfer.
The 31-year-old has played just five times for the side to date and he seems to be moving further down the pecking order, rather than closer to the team currently.