Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that he feels his side can go and get a result anywhere.
Leeds have won three out of their last four games, including wins away at Huddersfield Town and Reading, which have given the boss the belief that his team can start picking up points away from Elland Road.
“We know now that we can go and get points from anywhere. It’s not just a case of looking for results from certain games,” said Redfearn.
“No matter what happens on Saturday, we’ve got another 15 games after that game.”
Leeds’ form on the road would have definitely been a concern for the manager.
They have lost eight games away from home this season - which is more than Millwall, who currently occupy a standing in the bottom three - but that record has been improved by the recent victories.
Redfearn clearly believes the side’s chances of progressing up the table are better than they have been over the last couple of months.
He seems to have found the right system to get the most out of his players and the club’s position has been slowly improving.
He’ll also be impressed with the grit and determination the side showed to bounce back from defeat against Brentford last weekend.
If they win most of their games at Elland Road and add points gradually away from home, they won’t go far wrong as they look to break into the top half of the table.
The side now have to press on and make the most of their home advantage against Millwall this weekend.