By Harvey Byrne
Leeds midfielder Eunan O’Kane has hailed the special atmosphere at Elland Road after playing in the 1-0 victory over Ipswich on Saturday.
The 26-year-old started the match in the Whites’ midfield and played the full 90 minutes with the Yorkshire giants gaining their fourth win in consecutive matches.
O’Kane took to Twitter after the match and praised the support via his personal Twitter account while also commenting on the not so pretty win over the Tractor Boys.
What an atmosphere today. Not the prettiest game but winning is what matters. Thank you for your support!!!#MOT
— Eunan O'Kane (@eunan10) September 24, 2016
O’Kane moved to Leeds and the Championship from Bournemouth in the summer window’s transfer deadline day.
He has already played four matches for the Yorkshire giants and has proved to be a key player for the side with wins in all of his appearances.
The Elland Road side started the new campaign slowly, but their recent good form has seen them climb up to 12th place in England’s second tier with 13 points from their opening nine fixtures.
Garry Monk will be happy with recent displays and will be glad to see his team finally clicking together.
The former Swansea manager added 11 senior players into his side in the summer as the famous English side look to return to the Premier League after a 12-year absence.
In other Leeds team news, Andy Ritchie claims this senior player is beginning to answer his critics.