Birmingham City moved five points clear of the Championship's relegation zone on Saturday with a 2-1 win over Sheffield United at St Andrews.
With two games to go, Garry Monk's side aren't completely safe, but they're getting there and survival might be really bad news for Leeds.
Birmingham are one of the teams interested in a potential Bosman signing of Pablo Hernandez this summer as his contract slowly but surely runs out.
The Spaniard has been offered a new deal but is yet to sign, and putting pen to paper might just hinge on City's fate.
The 33-year-old will surely be tempted by a move to the West Midlands for what will be a third spell with Monk, who brought him to Leeds in 2016 and previously worked with him at Swansea.
And if Monk's troops stay in the Championship then it wouldn't be a huge surprise if that offset another reunion with the former Whites manager, who left last summer.