While many players have already made their debuts prior to joining Leeds this summer, one player has not.
Pawel Cibicki has not yet featured for the Whites even though he has been on the bench for the last three matches for the club.
With Pierre-Michel Lasogga making a name for himself after an impressive start it seems strange that Cibicki is yet to feature for the club.
The former Malmö forward could be set for his debut against Burnley in the League Cup this evening and could be in line for his first start should Thomas Christiansen decide to rotate his squad.
However, the question still remains; where will Cibicki play for Leeds?
The Swede was signed to join the attacking quartet but I don't believe the club had their mind set on Cibicki leading the line for the club.
It's more than likely the attacker will take his chances on the left of midfield with such a highly contested front line at the club.
With Lasogga, Grot, Roofe and the injured Ekuban vying for the same sole striker position, Cibicki could be willing to move to the left of midfield in order to gain vital minutes.
The move wouldn't be foreign to the player, who believes that the role is one of his natural positions having featured on many occasions on the wing at Malmo.
Naturally tall, string, good pace and the ability to cut inside and create a scoring chance; Cibicki could be a brilliant Plan B or even A during this long season.
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By Ryan Ingham