By Alex Stevens
Pep Clotet has claimed the Leeds coaching staff are “proud” of the team’s progress this season even though they are in the bottom half of the Championship.
The Elland Road assistant manager took to his personal Twitter account on Thursday afternoon to give his verdict ahead of the team’s trip to Wolves on Saturday.
Leeds travel to Molineux seeking their first win in three matches after taking a single point from their last two matches.
The Yorkshire giants followed up their defeat to Derby last Saturday with a 1-1 draw against Wigan on Tuesday night.
The results mean Leeds have dropped down to 13th in the table after a string of impressive results, including four wins in five league matches, before the international break.
“We’re proud of our progress but are keen to continue putting in the effort and getting better, as we look to take steps forward,” said Clotet on Twitter.
We’re proud of our progress but are keen to continue putting in the effort and getting better, as we look to take steps forward. #MOT
— Pep Clotet (@pepclotet) October 20, 2016
Leeds fans reacted angrily to Monk’s use of substitutes against the Championship strugglers against Wigan at Elland Road after he took off attacking trio Chris Wood, Hadi Sacko and Pablo Hernandez when his team were a goal ahead.
In other Leeds news, a senior player is destined to leave the club in January.