By Dominic Toner

Leeds manager Garry Monk has revealed on Twitter that his side have been training in difficult conditions on Wednesday.

Monk has ensured that his players are at work in the cold despite some snow settling on the training pitch.

The Whites have endured a major turn around in recent weeks and have begun to climb the Championship table, with a dramatic 3-2 away victory at Norwich on Saturday highlighting their improvement.

Leeds are currently sixth-placed and occupy a play-off spot during the international break.

Monk has explained that his players who are not away on international duty are continuing to train despite the weather.

“Keeping up the intensity in training over the international break despite the weather. Always looking for the players to improve,” Monk wrote on his personal Twitter account.

Monk arrived at Elland Road and endured a difficult start, picking up just one point from his opening three league games.

The ex-Swansea manager has now had time to work with his new side and the club’s supporters are now dreaming of a promotion push this season.

Leeds’ key players such as forward Chris Wood and centre-back Pontus Jansson are beginning to deliver on a regular basis.

In other Leeds news, a report details Massimo Cellino’s latest plan as an exit gathers pace.