Leeds started the season very slowly under the guidance of Uwe Rosler, and they looked set for a relegation battle.
Rosler was quickly dismissed, with Steve Evans coming in and the Whites have gradually improved.
Leeds’ form over the past month has been highly impressive, and they have managed to take 11 points from the last 15 available.
Silvestri is now aiming to ensure that Leeds keep this momentum up going into the start next season, but he has called for stability.
“Next year we have to start to play like we are now from the start,” the Italian goalkeeper said.
“Last year and this year we change a lot of players and we have changed coach, which is not easy. The team needs time to play well, but now we are playing well because we’ve got a good team and good players.”
Silvestri’s wish to see an end to the constant changes at Leeds may not come true in the summer.
Current boss Evans’ contract is due to expire at the end of the season, and he has not yet been presented with a new deal.
As a result, his future is very much up in the air and it seems that Leeds could be looking for a new manager once again in the summer.