Defender Sol Bamba has told the Leeds United website that from the first day he arrived at the club, he noticed a confidence running through the team.
Bamba joined on loan during the January transfer window and made his first start for the club in the match against Huddersfield Town last weekend.
He impressed and says in turn he’s been impressed by what he’s experienced at the club so far.
“From day one when I came here, I saw the confidence in the team. We try to play good football,” said Bamba.
That confidence most likely comes from the manager, Neil Redfearn.
Redfearn has good experience from working with younger players at Leeds because of his time with the academy.
He knows the right level of responsibility to give specific players and appears to judge new arrivals well when they come into the side.
His challenge is to find ways over the rest of the season to keep that confidence in the team, which wouldn’t have been easy considering the position the club is in, fighting just above the bottom three.
However, the confidence would have been increased by back-to-back wins against Bournemouth and Huddersfield, with the chance to make it three wins on the bounce against Brentford this weekend.