Leeds United manager Uwe Rosler told Radio Yorkshire about the main benefit created by Massimo Cellino coming in and clearing the club of debt.
The Italian, who often divides opinion, has worked hard to free the financial burden which has been attached to the club in recent years, with Rosler explaining that he now feels inspired to try and provide the sort of football that the next generation of Leeds fans want to carry on watching.
“Now that Mr Cellino has cleared the debt, what we can do now is look forward and by clearing the debt and getting more rights back to the football club, there is more income and that is my responsibility to try and fill the football stadium,” he told Radio Yorkshire.
One of the consistencies which has accompanied Leeds during their recent adversity is the amazing support base the club possesses.
Leeds have endured some difficult spells over recent years, but they have always been well supported with big crowds at home and loud support away from home at all grounds.
The fans are so important because they have the ability to inspire and spur on players during difficult periods.
Leeds showed some glimpses of the sort of football they can look forward to under Rosler in the draw against Burnley, with hopefully some clean sheets and wins to come over the next couple of weeks.
The future is starting to look much brighter.