Leeds United captain Jason Pearce has praised Darko Milanic’s decision to keep the team relatively unchanged for the away clash with Brentford on Saturday, as reported by BBC Radio Leeds.
The club has been undefeated for the last four games, when they were coached by caretaker Neil Redfearn.
During those four games, Leeds managed three victories, with their only draw coming away from home against Birmingham City.
Elsewhere, they beat Bolton at home 1-0. They followed the Birmingham clash with a 3-1 win against Bournemouth on the south coast, before returning to Elland Road and romping to a huge 3-0 win against West Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Town.
Understandably, Pearce is happy to hear the news that the new coach, who was unveiled to the fans on Wednesday, will not make heavy changes, as he told the Slovenian press yesterday.
The captain said: “We feel like we’ve got that winning mentality and a positive vibe.
“I think anyone would be silly to make radical changes.”
Leeds could climb into the play off positions on Saturday with a win, assuming results elsewhere go their way.