Who benefits from a change in management at Leeds United?
Leeds United have changed managers after a woeful start to 2018.
Thomas Christiansen has departed, with Paul Heckingbottom appointed as his replacement.
Heckingbottom will have his own ideas about the Leeds team and how to improve it.
Here are three Leeds United players who could benefit from the switch in management.
England youth international Ronaldo Vieira was terrific last season, but he has had a disappointing 2017/18.
He was overlooked by Thomas Christiansen over the past two months of the season, but has struggled for form in recent matches since coming back into the side.
A fresh start will do the 19-year-old good and Heckingbottom has a good record of working with young players at Barnsley
Northern Ireland international Stuart Dallas has made most of his appearances from the bench this season.
He has only made two Championship starts - and the 26-year-old deserves better.
Leeds have not got the best out of Dallas this season as a result of failing to use him properly, with one of his two starts coming at left-back.
Summer signing Pawel Cibicki is another player who has had a difficult season, struggling to make an impact since joining from Malmo.
When he has played, he has shown quality from set pieces, but manager Thomas Christiansen did not believe in him enough to play him regularly.
The 24-year-old provided two assists in wins over QPR and Norwich late last year but fell out of favour after the FA Cup nightmare at Newport. Like Dallas and Vieira, he can benefit from a fresh start.