Redfearn on Brighton
Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn is looking for his team to stifle the threat of Brighton and Hove Albion in their next fixture.
The Whites have impressed over recent weeks, but Redfearn has suggested that they will be looking to keep things tight against Brighton to not give them room to play.
"They seem to be quite free-flowing, I think it will be an open game," he told the club's official site. "We need to try and keep it as tight as we can and go down the same route of being difficult to play against and difficult to beat."
Keane on Wednesday start
Will Keane says that he has enjoyed his start to life at Sheffield Wednesday after netting for the club against Derby County at the weekend.
Wednesday have struggled for wins since Keane's arrival, but he is enjoying the chance to play regular football despite poor results.
“I’ve enjoyed it so far. It’s been a good experience," he said to the Sheffield Star.
“I’m playing games week in, week out so hopefully I can keep getting the games and putting the ball in the back of the net. That’s my role in the team so I will keep working to try and do that."
Clough on Coutts
Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough says that Paul Coutts has become too important to the side to drop.
Clough admits that Coutts needs a break from first-team action, but he feels he is too vital to drop.
"Paul could probably do with a rest for a game or whatever but, at this moment in time, he’s just too important for us to consider doing that," Clough said to the Sheffield Star.