Leeds United youngster Charlie Taylor told BBC Radio Leeds what he feels is the best way for the squad to approach everything going on at the club.
There has been a lot of instability behind the scenes at Elland Road with uncertainty surrounding the future of manager Neil Redfearn, with Massimo Cellino set to return to the club at the end of the campaign.
Taylor has shown maturity over the situation at Elland Road and has suggested that the best way for the players to approach things is to focus on their performances.
“There’s no hiding that things have been going on behind the scenes but I think the players have just got to focus on going out each Saturday and getting a result. Whether it affects you or not, you’ve just got to try and go out there and do the business,” said Taylor.
If the Leeds squad feels a connection to Redfearn and want him to be the main kept in charge, they need to go out and produce a good display against Rotherham this weekend.
The Yorkshire Evening Post has reported that Cellino has been given permission to attend the game as a spectator, which increases the importance of the side playing well and playing an entertaining brand of football.
Redfearn will give them the confidence to go about getting a result in the right way and it will be interesting to see what goes on behind the scenes at the club during the summer.
Redfearn will do what he does best and the players will do what they do best and hopefully Leeds will have a win at the end of 90 minutes.