By Amir Mir

Pontus Jansson has explained on Twitter that making supporters happy is more important to him, after Leeds secured a 1-0 victory against Wolves on Saturday afternoon.

Striker Kemar Roofe netted his first goal for the club, when he converted Hadi Sacko’s cross midway through the second-half at Molineux.

The goal helped Garry Monk’s side secure all three points, as they move up to tenth in the table, with 20 points, three off a play-off place.

Centre-back Jansson who played the full 90 minutes, delivered a warming message on his personal Twitter account after the Yorkshire club’s win.

“Happy for the three points,” Jansson wrote on his personal Twitter account. “But this picture makes me even more happy. To make people happy like this superman, that is important for me.”

On-loan Torino defender Jansson has played nine Championship games for Monk’s side this term, helping them secure three clean sheets.

The Sweden international has become a popular figure amongst the Elland Road support for his personality and playing style.

Leeds will now turn their attention to Tuesday night, when they host Norwich in the EFL Cup, before a league fixture against Burton at Elland Road.

In other Leeds team news, supporters on Twitter were hoping striker Kemar Roofe can gain confidence, after he scored his first goal for the club.