Leeds United haven't played Premier League football in 12 years.
Since plunging out of the Premier League in 2004, Leeds United supporters have experienced turmoil. The club spent three seasons in the Championship upon relegation before relegation to League One in 2007.
They were forced to endure another three seasons of third-tier football before achieving promotion back to the Championship in 2010, where they have been ever since.
After missing out on the play-offs by just one position during the 10/11 season, it has taken the club five years to put together another credible promotion charge.
Leeds United's manager Garry Monk
Garry Monk may have only been appointed in June but should he see out the season, he will have lasted longer in the job than the previous five bosses.
The last 15 years has been a period of uncertainty at Elland Road, but the feel-good factor appears to have returned and with it a wave of optimism.
When pressed about where the club will be in five years, many supporters were adamant that the Lilywhites would not only be a Premier League outfit, but a major force on the European scene.
Leeds United's Chris Wood celebrates after scoring their second goal
“In five years time, we will be where we were 20 years ago,” one fan said. “Champions of Europe.”
Leeds travel to promotion rivals Brighton & Hove Albion on Friday as they look to record a sixth win in seven league games and close the gap on automatic promotion.
See what some other supporters thought when asked the question in the video above.