By Alex Stevens

Leeds scored one of the team goals of the season in their 3-2 win against Norwich on Saturday, according to a reliable journalist.

Garry Monk’s side came from a goal down at Carrow Road to secure their seventh victory from 10 matches and lift them into the play-off positions.

Goals from Pontus Jansson, Chris Wood and Hadi Sacko secured a famous win for Leeds to maintain the feel-good factor at Elland Road.

Leeds are now in the top six of the Championship for the first time in more than two seasons.

Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Phil Hay was blown away by the move that led to the goal from Wood after 74 minutes that put the visitors 2-1 up at Carrow Road.

He described it on his personal Twitter account as “sensational”, “as good a team goal as you’ll see for a long time” and claimed it “cut Norwich to shreds”.

Leeds’ seventh win from 10 league matches, and their third in a row, lifts them to sixth place in the Championship and into the play-off positions for the first time this season.

In other Leeds news, a senior player is destined to leave the club in January.