By Harvey Byrne

Chris Wood has sent a warning to the Championship, stating that the Leeds team “has a lot more to come”.

The 24-year-old has played a starring role for the Yorkshire giants this season, scoring 11 goals in 20 fixtures in all competitions.

This has helped Leeds claim a position in the top half, as they currently sit in seventh place and one point from the play-offs.

However, Wood believes his team are a a strong side and have a lot more to give this campaign.

“It’s nice to see where the team has come from at the start of the season to where we are now,” started Wood speaking to BBC Radio Leeds. “We’ve come on so many strides and leaps and bounds, but I just know this team has a lot more to come and on paper we’ve got a great side,

“Putting it together is always the hard bit, but with a lot of changes we’re working out well.”

Leeds suffered a 2-0 loss in their previous fixture against Newcastle at Elland Road.

It marked their first defeat in four matches, but with Rafa Benitez’ side currently dominating England’s second tier, there was not too much criticism from Leeds supporters.

They will face Rotherham at the New York Stadium on Saturday evening, who have just seven points this season and are placed at the bottom of the table.

The Millers have suffered nine defeats in their last 10 games and Leeds will see it as the perfect match to bounce back.

The Yorkshire sides last met in April, which saw Rotherham claim a 2-1 victory in a match where two red cards were handed out.

In other Leeds news, here is the best possible XI to face Rotherham.