Leeds United caretaker manager Neil Redfearn says he is going to take it a game at a time as he looks to push forward his credentials as becoming the next Leeds boss.
Redfearn has been told he will be in charge of Leeds next three games, starting with Brighton on Saturday and Redfearn says he cannot look past this game at the moment.
Speaking on Sky Sports News, Redfearn said, “It is all about the next game, which is Saturday. I have set that out as an outlook and I do not see any reason to move away from that.
“We have got a tough game against Brighton on Saturday and you can`t look past your next game anyway. We want to try to get a result in that game and a performance again, as we did at Bristol.
“I think from my point of view it is still a case of still taking each game at a time and see what comes up.”
Redfearn started with a 3-0 win at Bristol City last Saturday, following the sacking of Simon Grayson, to move Leeds back to within two points of the play off places.
Leeds chairman Ken Bates said on Wednesday that Redfearn would definitely be in charge for the next three games as they take their time before appointing a new manager.
Redfearn is the current bookies favourite to take the job on a permanent basis.
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