Leeds United boss Simon Grayson is refusing to get carried away despite seeing his side move into fourth place in the Championship after a 3-2 win at Burnley.
The result sees Leeds stretch their unbeaten run to eight games and they are now just two points behind the automatic promotion places.
Grayson is trying to keep his feet on the ground but admits he can`t help looking at the table. Speaking on Radio Leeds, Grayson said, ‘It’s hard not to see the table but there are far too many games to be involved in yet. We have got players that are adapting to the division and a fan base that demand the best from the team. Over the next months, we will see where that takes us.”
Leeds entertain top of the table Queens Park Rangers next weekend and another victory could see the side move to within three points of the early season pace setters who lost their first game of the season on Friday night against Watford.
The results around the top of the table have been good for Leeds over this weekend with Qpr, Cardiff, Derby and Norwich all losing and Swansea only managing a draw.
Leeds away form continues to be particularly impressive and they have now won four and drawn two of their last six on the road since losing to Ipswich at the beginning of October.
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