Taylor on first-team chances
Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor believes that he is improving with every game after being handed regular football under Neil Redfearn.
Taylor has come into the Whites' team since Stephen Warnock left to join Derby County in January and he is loving every minute he is playing for the senior side.
“Every game is an experience and I suppose you get better with every game and the more experience you get," he said to the club's official site. “Hopefully I can stay in the team and keep doing well. “I want to keep improving every day in training and in matches, I want to play well every game."
Will Keane fitness boost
Sheffield Wednesday have been handed some good news as Will Keane's injury has not turned out to be as bad as first feared.
Keane picked up a knee injury in the Owls last match against Brighton and Hove Albion and there were concerns that he could have damaged ligaments.
However, the Sheffield Star report that those fears were unfounded and the injury is a much more minor one.
Clough on season ahead
Nigel Clough is looking forward to Sheffield United's remaining games this season, as he feels they have already proven their credentials.
The Blades have had a tough set of fixtures in League One, but Clough believes that they have got through the hardest part of their schedule and they can now look forward.
“We’ve still got 18 games to go, that’s a third of the season," he told the Yorkshire Post. "We’ve done playing the top four now as it stands, so there are some exciting times ahead.”