By Will Butcher

Assistant manager Pep Clotet has posted an amusing video on his Twitter account as Leeds prepare to play their second away game in quick succession.

The Yorkshire giants are heading south to face Walter Zenga’s struggling Wolves at the Molineux Stadium, just seven days after facing Derby at the iPro Stadium.

Clotet, who has recently become a father after the birth of son Max, posted on his personal Twitter account that Leeds “were on the road again” to the tune of Canned Heat’s famous song.

Clotet has been at Elland Road since the summer after moving to Elland Road with former Swansea manager Garry Monk.

The duo worked together at the Liberty Stadium before Monk was sacked as manager, and have once again linked up in an attempt to return the former Champions League side back to the top flight of English football since 2004.

Currently sitting in 13th place after a last-gasp draw against relegation threatened Wigan, Leeds sit in 13th place.

Wolves, who have failed to win in their last four attempts with one point from a possible 12, stand in Leeds way from their sixth win of the season.

A win for Leeds could see them move on to 19 points and within touching distance of the Championship play offs, with sixth placed Bristol City sitting on 20 points.

But they will have to do it without senior trio Liam Bridcutt, Stuart Dallas and Gaetano Berardi, who all remained sidelined through injury.

In other Leeds news, whatever happened to Honduras international Ramon Nunez?