Redfearn on Leeds' plan
Neil Redfearn says that Leeds United will need to battle if they want to beat Millwall this weekend.
Leeds take on the Lions looking to claim the three points and move closer to safety, but Redfearn expects that they will have show a lot of desire if they are to get the victory.
"We’ll have to lock horns with them and we’ll have to tough it out, but we’re scrapping," he said to the club's official site. "The importance is that it’s our next home game. You want to win at home because you want to please your supporters."
Gray not worried by sack
Stuart Gray says that Sheffield Wednesday's new owners are keen on formulating a long-term strategy at the club - and he is part of it.
Gray has still not won a game since the Owls takeover went through, but he is not fearful about losing his job.
"I think the owners have already stated that (reassurance) by allowing me to bring four players in," he said to the Sheffield Telegraph. "They are in it for the long haul and want to get this club going forward."
Clough on partnerships
Nigel Clough wants to get his Sheffield United side working in tandem more effectively, suggesting that he may operate with a consistent selection policy until the end of the season.
Clough says that he is hoping to get partnerships to form throughout the team, as the players start to learn each other's games better.
“We’re looking for those little partnerships to develop all over the pitch," Clough said to the Sheffield Star. "Those little groups you then knit together.”