Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn is pleased with the professionalism of his players.
Neil Redfearn has, at his press conference today, insisted that the attitude of his Leeds United players has been first-class ever since he took over.
Reports recently have hinted that Leeds' camp is starting to become divided, but Redfearn's comments seem to suggest that these rumours are wide of the mark.
The Leeds boss says that every player at Elland Road is prepared to work hard for the good of the collective cause and is adamant he has no problem with any of them.
Redfearn: "The players' attitude has been first class. I've never had a minute's problem with any of them." #lufc— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) April 16, 2015
Leeds have built their success this season around the desire within their ranks, with Redfearn creating what has been a solid, rather than spectacular, unit.
The Whites' performances have been workmanlike and combative and it has helped drive them away from the danger they appeared to be in.
Prior to 2015, Leeds looked to be locked in a relegation battle, but they have made vast improvements and now comfortably perched in mid-table.
That should have given them a solid foundation to build upon, but events off the field mean that the future of the club is still uncertain.
It leaves Leeds' players in an awkward situation and Redfearn will hope that they continue to show their professionalism, even in far from ideal circumstances.