Leeds United suffered a 4-3 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux in the Championship earlier this evening.
The Whites suffered a 4-3 defeat to Wolves at Molineux in the Championship, but their performance was encouraging.
Leeds were 3-1 down at one stage in the encounter, but they pulled back to level the game at 3-3, only for Dave Edwards to head home a late winner.
Bresnan, who helped England win The Ashes in 201011, was pleased with the spirit shown by the Leeds players against Wolves, and was especially encouraged by the number of youngsters in the team.
I'm encouraged by that performance from Leeds. Alot of youth in the side. Hope they get a run in the team to gel together. #futuresbright— Tim Bresnan (@timbresnan) April 6, 2015
Leeds head coach Neil Redfearn has given chances to young players throughout the season, and against Wolves he handed 19-year-old midfielder Kalvin Phillips his first-team debut.
The likes of Alex Mowatt and Lewis Cook have all progressed under Redfearn, who has done a truly brilliant job at Leeds.
Of course, the problem with young players is that they can make mistakes at crucial stages, but for the future of Leeds, it is hugely important that Redfearn remains in charge and continues to put faith in the club’s youngsters.