Head of Content Keith Ingham got the chance to recap the shock result last Sunday when Sutton knocked Leeds out of the FA Cup.
You've been involved in one of the biggest Cup shocks for a long time. How does it feel to put one over the team you played twice for?
Great feeling. Leeds United mean a hell of a lot to me. I had two fantastic spells there as a player but I'm employed by Sutton and I was desperate to win the game.
As an assistant coach do you think that Garry Monk made too many changes for the game?
We knew Garry would make changes but he's the Leeds manager and he picked the players that he felt could get a result.
How do you feel about the home fifth round draw with Premiership Arsenal?
Ecstatic. We wanted a top club and they don't come much bigger than Arsenal. Gander Green Lane will be full and we have a good night to look forward to.
Would the club ever think of giving up home advantage to increase the revenue from the tie?
No. That won't happen.
Your captain and goal scorer seems a true leader, he reminded me a little of our own Brendan Ormsby in your time at Leeds. Are they similar?
I told Marc in an interview on http://www.sheridan-dictates.com that Jamie Collins is the best signing we have made since I've been at the club. He's a solid, very talented player with a huge appetite for the game. Brendon was a top defender in his own right.
Now you've seen the transfer window close, do you think Leeds have loaned two good players and any other deals that stand out?
January is a tough month. There weren't any real major signings on deadline day, I thought it was relatively quiet.
Now they are out of the cup do you think that Leeds will achieve their goal of promotion through the playoffs or automatic?
I'm certain they will get a play off spot but it will be tough to catch the top two. All they can do is keep winning and the rest will take care of itself.
Finally, now you've started your coaching career do you have ambitions to be a manager at any of your previous clubs?
I'm fully focused on my role at Sutton.
Prediction of the tie with Arsenal?
We will give it our best shot. The lads will be prepared and who knows.
Good luck Ian in the next round and thank you for taking the time for the interview. Best of luck in the future and we'll hopefully get the chance for some revenge next season!
By Keith Ingham