By Dominic Toner

Leeds are included in the top 10 for the best home records during the Premier League era.

The Whites have not returned to the top-flight since their relegation in the 2003-04 season but statistically are still ranked as one of the best teams.

The Premier League website have revealed the best home win percentages of clubs throughout the Premier League era, with Manchester United unsurprisingly top of the pile with 73.49 per cent.

Leeds fortress Elland Road features 10th in the list and has a win percentage of 50.43 per cent.

During their top-flight stay they played 234 home games in total, winning 118 of those and losing just 56.

Fellow Championship clubs Fulham and Newcastle are also named on the list featuring seventh and eighth, with the West London’s two-year stay at Loftus Road included as Craven Cottage was renovated at the time.

Garry Monk is the latest Leeds manager tasked with trying to return the club to England’s elite league as the Yorkshire club are now entering their seventh consecutive season in the Championship.

Leeds have made a steady start to the new season and have accumulated seven points from their opening seven games.

Kyle Bartley scored a late winner against Blackburn on Tuesday night as the Whites earned a valuable three points.

Leeds owner Massimo Cellino is set to axe Monk despite the last gasp victory as the club strive to gain promotion this season.

In other Leeds news, Massimo Cellino is set to axe Garry Monk despite the club’s win over Blackburn.