Leeds United returned to pre-season training yesterday morning.
Leeds started their pre-season yesterday, with Garry Monk taking charge of the Yorkshire side for the first time.
Monk put his new side through a series of fitness drills in the morning, and he had his first chance to assess the talents of his new squad at close quarters.
Cooper and Peacock-Farrell appear to have enjoyed Monk’s first training session, and both posted messages on social media in the afternoon.
Cooper is likely to have a key role to play for Leeds next season, but he could have a new centre-back partner.
Leeds appear to be close to snapping up Kyle Bartley on loan from Swansea City - and the 25-year-old would surely come into the Whites’ starting line-up.
Peacock-Farrell, meanwhile, will be hoping to prove he is ready to compete for a first team place after penning a new deal.
Peacock-Farrell will be competing with Marco Silvestri and Ross Turnbull for a place in Leeds’ team.