Bielsa has made a brilliant start to life at Elland Road, and has made Leeds one of the front runners for promotion.
And, even if Leeds don’t go up this season, Radrizzani is confident that everything in place for promotion in the near future.
“I think we have progressed in terms of everything – management, facilities and the sporting side is doing better,” the Leeds owner said.
“So the big impression is that the club is catching up to be a modern club. Soon, if not this season then maybe next year, we will be ready to go in the right direction for promotion.
“After last year, I really wanted to have a manager to give us strong leadership, to be a catalyst for the whole club and the players. I thought we needed to change the culture of the entire club and very quickly he has achieved this objective, so I am very happy with that.”
Bielsa has Leeds playing with an attacking style which has earned them a great deal of plaudits over the season to date.
The Argentine boss’s side have been too strong for many sides to cope with, although results have slowed slightly after such a bright start in recent weeks.
Leeds only managed a draw in their last match before the international break against Brentford.
The Whites return to action in two weekends’ time, when they take on Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.