Leeds United attacker Souleymane Doukara has told BBC Radio Leeds he and his teammates are happy with head coach Steve Evans.
Evans was appointed the Leeds boss in October following the dismissal of Uwe Rosler.
The Scotsman has had a mixed time at Elland Road so far, but it seems that the players are happy with him.
“He is a good guy,” Doukara, who can play as a winger or as a striker, told BBC Radio Leeds about Evans. “He helps us to progress everyday and we are happy with him.”
Evans is a good manager, and he is showing that at the West Yorkshire outfit.
Leeds have not always played well under the Scot, but results have been positive and some of the under-performing players have started to raise their game.
The former Rotherham United manager has guided the Whites to wins against Hull City and Wolverhampton Wanderers this month.
A top-10 finish in the Championship this season looks achievable for Leeds at the moment.
Leeds will return to league action on Sunday afternoon when they take on Preston North End at Elland Road.