Leeds United chairman Massimo Cellino has told Sky Sports that he loves Uwe Rosler's management style because he is very professional.
Cellino has developed a reputation as a trigger-happy chairman, but he insists that he is planning for the future with Rosler at the helm.
The outspoken Italian has said that the Whites' aim this season is simply to stay in the Championship, with their focus on promotion next campaign.
"I love him because he's very professional," Cellino told Sky Sports. "When he works so hard, and he's very professional maybe he worries too much sometimes. I think when you work so hard you get something.
"[His aim is] to keep us in the Championship. This team can do everything - it can win, it can lose, it can draw. I like to grow this team in the right way.
"We build a team for next season to get us to the Premier League. If we get to the playoffs this year, this team has to be built and grow. It's not ready yet."
Leeds' start to the season has suggested that a playoff push is not beyond the realms of possibility, with their results proving the steel that Rosler has injected into the team.
The Whites have lost just one game this term, and they have proven to be very resilient in their fixtures to date - even if wins have not come as regularly as some might have hoped.
Leeds have started out as the Championship's draw specialists, with the scores level in five of their first eight league matches.
They did beat Milton Keynes Dons in their latest outing, though, and Rosler will be hoping that they can get into the habit of collecting three points, rather than one.