The left-wing position is perhaps the most intriguing position left to decide on for Leeds.
Leeds United start their Championship campaign against relegated Burnley tomorrow with high hopes ahead of the new campaign.
The team currently seems to pick itself, accept one position for tomorrow – left-wing.
The club snapped up Stuart Dallas from Brentford earlier this week in a deal that was supposed to end their hunt for a left-winger.
It might have done, but perhaps too late.
The Yorkshire Evening Post report him saying in his pre-game press conference:
"He has not played a lot of match minutes in pre-season and I would say he is a little bit behind but I would say that is normal standards. But he is still match fit and he is still available for Saturday.
“I will decide on Saturday will he play or will Souley play?
“I know exactly what I get from Stu and he is a great example."
He then went on to discuss the signing of Dallas, suggesting Leeds fans were happy with the signing on Twitter.
“I went over to Belfast three years ago and met his parents and met the player and after I met him I knew he would be a good player.
“I got the green light to sign him, Brentford did a great job and the player did a great job and I know exactly what I get.
“I think our supporters are knowledgeable and you could tell from their reaction on Twitter that they knew what type of player he is.”
Leeds fans are indeed happy with the signing, but will want to see him play. The thought of Doukara playing in that position is certainly not one that will have fans purring with excitement.
Dallas is fit enough to play so Rosler should throw him straight in at the deep end tomorrow and see how he does on a Leeds debut.