Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani was in attendance to see Saturday's 3-0 win.
Leeds United got back to winning ways in style on Saturday.
Thomas Christiansen's side ended a three-match losing streak by thumping Bristol City 3-0 at Ashton Gate.
First-half goals from £3.1 million signing Samu Saiz secured a 2-0 lead, before striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga added a third on 67 minutes to kill off the game.
But the match ended on something of a sour note for the visitors after Gaetano Berardi was red carded for an altercation with Matty Taylor, with images showing Saiz looking clearly shocked by the decision.
Before the season kicked off, owner Andrea Radrizzani revealed that a top-six finish was a minimum requirement from head coach Christiansen, whose side moved up to fourth in the Championship after the victory.
And the Italian owner, alongside Director of Football Victor Orta, must have been delighted with such a performance as he watched from the stands.
The Whites now turn their attentions toward tomorrow's League Cup trip to Premier League side Leicester City in the round of 16.