By Dominic Toner

Leeds winger Hadi Sacko believes that “the best is yet to come” following a good start at the club.

The 22-year-old has made a good impression at Elland Road since joining on loan in the summer and has been a regular starter under manager Garry Monk.

He has featured in all 15 Championship matches this season and played a major role in the club’s recent climb up the table.

Leeds are currently ninth-placed in the Championship and just one point adrift of the play-off places, with seven points in their last three league games.

Sacko claims that he will only improve with the club and the fans should expect more from him in the future.

“Preview of what I can do when on confidence, but the best is yet to come,” Sacko wrote on his personal Instagram account.

Preview of what I can do when on confidence … but the best is yet to come !! #LUFC #MOT #Sacko #Highlights

A video posted by Hadi Sacko (@hadisacko) on

The on-loan Sporting Lisbon youngster, one of summer 11 recruits brought in to Elland Road, has made a bright start since he joined.

The pacy winger is adapting well to his first spell in English football, scoring one goal and supplying four assists in 17 appearances across all competitions.

In other Leeds news, Pep Clotet has posted a Twitter message ahead of the game against Norwich.