By Harvey Byrne

Pep Clotet has posted an image on Twitter of Carrow Road pitch as Leeds players warm-up for the clash against Norwich on Saturday afternoon.

The Elland Road assistant manager took to his personal Twitter account ahead of the encounter expressing that the “team will soon be out on the pitch giving their all.”

The Yorkshire giants have travelled to East Anglia as they search for their third victory from four games.

They beat Midlands side Burton 2-0 at the weekend which has elevated the club into tenth place and one point behind Bristol City in the play offs.

Looking to break into the promotion spots in the afternoon clash, Clotet shared an image with a positive message in anticipation of the fixture.

Clotet joined Leeds in the summer alongside Garry Monk with the pair having worked together at Swansea.

The club had started the campaign slowly, but the recent up turn in form has seen the club fill with hopes of promotion back to the Premier League.

The famous English side haven’t been in England’s top flight since suffering relegation in 2004 and have even dropped down to England’s third tier during their time away from the Premier League.

However, under Monk they have now set themselves in a good position to finally achieve promotion again, with optimism returning to the Leeds fan base.

In other Leeds news, Andy Ritchie believes the club must dip into the January transfer market for a new central defender and a new striker.