The Whites are on the road again this afternoon, travelling to Hillsborough to take on Sheffield Wednesday just days after losing 3-1 away at Cardiff City.
Leeds need a response after that terrible defeat in South Wales, but can return to the automatic promotion places with a win over their Yorkshire rivals today.
With 20 points from ten Championship games, Leeds have made a superb start to the season, and manager Thomas Christiansen deserves some huge praise – but so do key figures behind the scenes.
Owner Andrea Radrizzani and director of football Victor Orta have both arrived in 2017, and have played key roles in the club's feel-good factor right now.
Radrizzani, who purchased the club from Massimo Cellino earlier this year, oversaw the appointment of Christiansen as the club's manager, and also took the huge step to buy back Elland Road – something previous owners had promised, but failed to do.
Meanwhile, Orta worked hard to bring in new signings over the summer, landing key contributors such as Samu Saiz, Ezgjan Alioski and Pierre-Michel Lasogga, among others.
Now, Radrizzani has taken to Twitter to post a photo of a gift given to him by Orta; a book documenting key moments of Leeds' history with newspaper headlines, admitting it was a 'unique and special gift', before urging everybody to work together to create new headlines – starting with today's Yorkshire derby against Sheffield Wednesday.