Leeds United beat Port Vale 4-1 on Wednesday evening.
The Whites followed up Sunday's 3-2 away win over Bolton Wanderers with a convincing win over Port Vale, as summer signing Samu Saiz stole the headlines with a stunning hat-trick in his first competitive start.
Robert Green saves from Ayoze Perez of Newcastle
Port Vale did notch an equaliser in the first half through ex-Leeds midfielder Michael Tonge before Saiz added two goals for his treble, and fellow summer addition Caleb Ekuban added a fourth late on before Gavin Gunning was sent off.
Leeds coasted through to the second round of the Carabao Cup with that win, but many fans had questions about goalkeeper Robert Green, given that he wasn't even on the bench for Wednesday's clash.
Summer signing Felix Wiedwald has supplanted Green as first-choice goalkeeper under Thomas Christiansen, but Green wasn't even on the bench against Port Vale as Bailey Peacock-Farrell served as Wiedwald's deputy.
Given that the Sunderland Echo reported last month that Sunderland - who have since signed Jason Steele and Robin Ruiter - were interested in signing Green, there have been doubts over the veteran's Elland Road future.
Earlier today, Green took to Twitter to try and play down talk that he missed the game because he's leaving, instead claiming that an injury kept him out of action and he will be fighting to get back in the side as soon as possible.
Disappointed to miss the game last night with injury but working hard to get fit and back in contention as quickly as possible— Robert Green (@Robert1Green) August 10, 2017
Great win and performance last night from the lads— Robert Green (@Robert1Green) August 10, 2017
Leeds fans responded to Green by almost unanimously stating that they want Green to stay at Elland Road, with some even claiming that he should be first choice between the sticks ahead of new signing Wiedwald following an unconvincing display against Bolton last weekend.
Should be first name on team sheet in my eyes— jamie joyce (@jamiejoyce69) August 10, 2017
Hopefully you will stay and fight for your place. Be sad to see you go— Martin (@martin_b1987) August 10, 2017
I do hope you are staying at Leeds Rob— Benny Tayls (@BennyTaylsLUFC) August 10, 2017
Everyone wants you to stay rob....stay & fight for your place! #alaw— Tony H (@Rumoydin) August 10, 2017
Should be number 1 imo. Keep up the hard work Greeny— Nathan Addison (@nathlufc) August 10, 2017
Keep doing what you did last season Rob and you'll be in that starting XI no problem just please don't leave— Aaron Gosling (@RoofeFinesse) August 10, 2017
Do you think Green will stay with Leeds?