By Harvey Byrne
Luke Ayling was named in the EFL team of the week after his display for Leeds against Norwich on Saturday.
The right-back was solid in defence as he was faced with Robbie Brady and Martin Olsson down his side, while he also bagged an assist in his team’s 3-2 victory.
The defender provided Leeds’ second goal of the match as he picked out Chris Wood in the box, who slotted home calmly.
Goals from Pontus Jansson and Ronaldo Vieira also ensured a victory for the Yorkshire giants, cancelling out a Brady goal alongside Kyle Lafferty’s strike.
The EFL selects it’s team based across each of it’s three divisions following the weekend fixtures and Ayling made the team at right-back.
#EFL Team of the Week!
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The 25-year-old made the switch to Elland Road from division rivals Bristol City in the summer.
He has made 16 appearances for the club, providing one assist and has been solid as the Yorkshire giants look to hunt down a promotion place.
Garry Monk’s team are now currently sat in sixth place in the league table and one point ahead of Birmingham in seventh.
They will face top of the league Newcastle after the international break, who are in good form themselves winning their last eight fixtures in all competitions.
In other Leeds news, Alan Shearer has delivered his promotion verdict on the club.