By Dominic Toner
Vinnie Jones has admitted that he might have to go to Elland Road to support Leeds in their final home game this season to try help them get into the play-offs.
The Whites host Norwich in the Championship in their penultimate game of the season and it has become a must-win match in their bid to reach the play-offs.
Garry Monk’s side have been in the top six for the majority of the campaign, but Monday’s defeat against Wolves saw them drop out on goal difference.
The Yorkshire club face away games against Burton and Wigan, with an important home fixture to Norwich sandwiched in-between.
Ex-Leeds midfielder Jones has revealed he may be present at the final home game to show his support for his former side.
“It looks like I might have to go to Leeds-Norwich game to cheer the boys on to the play-offs,” Jones wrote on his personal Twitter account.
— Vinnie Jones (@VinnieJones65) April 18, 2017
Leeds have been transformed into promotion candidates by Monk this campaign and they have exceeded all pre-season expectations.
However, after being in the mix for most of the year their fans will be distraught if they miss out on the end of season play-offs.
Their main focus will be the next game away to Burton and overtaking the teams above them.
Monk will be hoping he can welcome teenage midfielder from illness in time for the weekend, who was sorely missed in the defeat to Wolves.
In other Leeds news, Jamie Carragher has made an admission that fans will love.