The 19-year-old is hoping to push on and become a first-team regular.
The goal on the day came from Alex Mowatt, who was playing on the left of midfield - certainly not his favoured position.
The wide options are a problem for Leeds, with Mowatt just one of many players to play left-wing for the club and right-back Sam Byram currently playing on the right-hand side of the pitch.
It is an area of the pitch the club have openly admitted to want improvement. Just this week manager Neil Redfearn confirmed that Leeds were still keen on Millwall winger Martyn Woolford.
One option however comes from their academy. 19-year-old Lewis Walters is a highly rated attacker who can play both out wide and up top. His time at the club has recently been blighted by a series of injury problems but he is now back to full fitness and sent this Tweet after making the bench for the game.
Great to be back in the squad! buzzing with the win aswell #lufc— lewis walters (@lewiswalterss) February 14, 2015
Here's hoping Walters can push on and become a Leeds regular going forward.