Leeds United have made a strong start to the 2017-18 Championship campaign.
Thomas Christiansen’s are second in the league table at the moment with 14 points from six matches.
The Whites are only two points behind leaders Cardiff City and have yet to lose a game in the league.
Leeds’s performances have been stunning, as they have looked great in attack and strong defensively.
The West Yorkshire outfit have scored 12 goals in six league fixtures and have conceded only twice.
The Whites narrowly missed out on a place in the playoff last season, but they are stronger this campaign and are looking very good.
Danny Mills, though, does not seem to be entirely certain about the start that Leeds have made.
The former Leeds and Manchester City defender has admitted that he cannot work out exactly why the Whites have made such a good start.
“I still can’t work out at the moment whether it’s the honeymoon period with the new manager, whether it’s a little bit of luck, a little bit of judgement or a little bit of both.
“By all accounts his training sessions are very, very good, the players seem enthused by that.
"Obviously losing Chris Wood is a disappointment, but the signings that have come in have looked decent.”
Leeds will return to action on Tuesday evening when they take on Birmingham City at Elland Road in the Championship.