Mirco Antenucci has told Leeds United's official site that he is really enjoying playing under Steve Evans.
Antenucci has been one of the biggest beneficiaries of Evans' appointment, as he has come into Leeds' starting line-up after they switched to a 4-4-2 formation.
And the Italian striker believes that the signs in Evans' first two games, against Fulham and Bolton Wanderers, have been positive.
“Playing every match helps me stay fit, it’s different to playing 15 minutes or 20 minutes,” he explained. “A lot of the teams in the Championship play 4-4-2 and it’s a balanced system. You can be more dangerous with two strikers.”
"I think we have improved in the last two matches because we created a lot of chances. Before, we had problems in some matches.”
Leeds have drawn their two games under Evans so far, but they have shown a greater attacking intent than they did when Uwe Rosler was in charge.
Under Rosler the side seemed to be content with taking a point in some matches, but Evans has been determined to give them a greater attacking intent.
So far, he still hasn't been able to break them out of their winless run, but that owes largely to the performances of the opposition goalkeepers.
Leeds have created plenty of opportunities in their first two games of Evans' reign, and with some more clinical finishing they could have taken six points instead of two.