Leeds may have altered their squad a lot, but Roofe has not noticed full scale changes from Christiansen.
Instead, the former APOEL boss has been keen to simply make minor tweaks to the tactical approach of his predecessor.
“There’s new players. But there hasn’t been a massive change,” Roofe said. “We’re still playing football, rather than going long. Hopefully we can show what we can do during the season and you guys watching can make your own decisions.”
Leeds won their final friendly of pre-season 2-0 against Oxford United at Elland Road.
The Whites were in impressive form during the contest, with Roofe getting on the scoresheet.
Roofe’s place in Leeds’ starting line-up is far from secure though, when the competitive campaign starts up next weekend.
Leeds have added a whole host of attackers this summer, to improve Christiansen’s options going forward.
Leeds begin their campaign with a match against newly promoted Bolton Wanderers at the Macron Stadium, and they will be keen to get off to a fast start.