Mo Barrow suggests one area where Leeds trump parent club Swansea City

General view inside the stadium before the game - Elland Road

Mo Barrow has joined Leeds United on loan from Swansea City until the end of the season.

Kyle Bartley and Mo Barrow of Leeds United appeal to referee Jeremy Simpson for a hand ballKyle Bartley and Mo Barrow of Leeds United

Leeds United loanee Mo Barrow has told BBC Radio Leeds that the quality of the support is one area where the Whites trump his parent club Swansea City.

Barrow moved to Elland Road on transfer deadline day, completing a deal that is set to keep him in Yorkshire until the end of the season.

And when comparing the two clubs, he suggested that what he has heard from Leeds supporters so far has been on another level to what he heard during his time at the Liberty Stadium.

"The atmosphere has been brilliant to be honest, even at the away games. I've been on the bench against Huddersfield and now I've played at home against Bristol [City], the crowd have been fantastic," he told BBC Radio Leeds.

General view inside the stadium before the game - Elland Road

"The atmosphere is fantastic. It's different from Swansea. Swansea fans are really good but Leeds fans are always amazing."

Despite his current side playing in the division below the Swans, it is arguably no surprise that the Leeds crowd are on another level to the atmosphere created by fans of the south Wales outfit.

Swansea City's Modou Barrow looks dejectedBarrow playing for Swansea

Leeds' stadium is not far off being twice the size of Swansea's in terms of capacity, and Garry Monk's men have given their supporters a lot more to shout about this term.

The Whites are flying high in the Championship - they are currently fifth in the table - while Swansea have been in a relegation battle all season, and while they are currently 15th and out of the bottom three, their position is still very precarious.

And Barrow will be hoping that he can give the Leeds fans plenty more to shout about for the duration of his loan spell.

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