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Thomas Christiansen comments on Leeds feel-good vibe

Thomas Christiansen manager of Leeds United looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Nottingham Forest and Leeds United at City Ground on August 26, 2017 in Nottingham,...

Leeds United are in red-hot form and their head coach says there's a "perfect" feel-good vibe.

Apoel's Danish head coach Thomas Christiansen instructs his players during the Europa League football match between APOEL Nicosia vs Athletic Club Bilbao at the Neo GSP Stadium in Nicosia...

Speaking to a press conference via LUTV, Thomas Christiansen has said there is a "perfect" feel-good vibe surrounding Leeds United at the moment.

There is major cause for optimism regarding Leeds' season so far as Christiansen's side sit top of the Championship ahead of tomorrow's trip to Millwall.

The Whites have scored 14 league goals and have not conceded one in any of the last six games, prompting suggestions that it could well be United's season if they remain calm.

Thomas Christiansen manager of Leeds United looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Nottingham Forest and Leeds United at City Ground on August 26, 2017 in Nottingham,...

And the 44-year-old has said today he and his staff are under the illusion that they can "move mountains" this season.

Asked during a press conference, via LUTV, how he felt about the "feel-good factor" around Leeds at the moment, Christiansen said: "Perfect. Perfect.

"What I liked, and why I'm probably here, is that we all want to work hard to achieve our goals and the illusion is that we can move mountains."

Thomas Christiansen manager of Leeds United looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Nottingham Forest and Leeds United at City Ground on August 26, 2017 in Nottingham,...

Leeds fans haven't been this excited for a while, and you can see why, but it is important that Christiansen keeps the playing staff grounded and does not let them get carried away.

It is a long season and the Whites are only six weeks deep. There will be plenty of twists and turns, but how they cope with those low points might determine how successful they are in escaping the Championship come May.

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