Alex Mowatt prepares to take the free kick that ended in the net past the Millwall goalkeeper in the narrow 1-0 win over our relegation threatened rivals. Won't miss them if they do go down !
The future certainly looks bright after these young men established themselves in the first team. Note to Umbers sort out their lengthy new contracts before teams come 'sniffing'. Their appearances have increased since this picture.
Alex Mowatt 's early goal was enough to beat Championship leaders Middlesborough but the heroics of Marco SIlvestri also made the headlines. Ten saves in the game made him a certainty in the 'Team of the Week'. A virtuoso performance by him and the defence.
Leeds' impressive start to 2015 ended at Brighton where the home side registered a 2-0 win over a tired looking Leeds team. The away defeat was the first since Derby County.
A 'nifty' one hundred and fifty goals for Leeds United Billy Sharp in his career. The striker reclaimed the lone striker role after Morison was injured. Leeds went into a 2-0 early lead but Watford stormed back to win 3-2.
Billy Sharp again on target as Leeds beat Ipswich Town 2-1 at Elland Road, Alex Mowatt getting the first in a entertaining second half and below Marco Silvestri, after gifting Town a equaliser redeemed himself with his first penalty save in England.
Alex Mowatt's fine form continued at Wigan with another goal at Wigan. The youngster's goals have helped Leeds climb away from the lower end of the table. This win virtually guaranteed Championship football next season.
Five thousand Leeds fans travelled to Wigan and I was there with them. Getting a chance of a 'selfie' with author Gary Edwards was a opportunity not to be missed. Cheers Gary.
Leeds and Forest both looking like certainties for a mid table finish fought out a entertaining if goalless draw at Elland Road. Over Thirty one thousand fans, Leeds' largest crowd of 2015 witnessed the game. Here Lewis Cook battles with Henri Lansbury.