After turning over Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough with an excellent team performance, Leeds United boss Garry Monk’s thoughts now turn to the EFL Cup Second Round tie against Luton Town.
Monk speaks glowingly about the game plan he’d instigated and how it paid off, congratulating the players on the efforts that they put in. These were efforts that were instrumental in not only winning the game, but also in gaining the Whites’ first three points of the season.
The fallout of Saturday’s result is that it will present Monk with a welcome selection headache, not one player’s performance giving him cause to drop any of the starters.
Ahead of two games in four days before the first international break kicks in, Monk warns about the danger of midweek cup games against lower league opposition. He says that Leeds need to guard against a bad performance and be ready for the Hatters – Monk vowing to pick a team that will get the job done in Bedfordshire.
On a closing note, he does tip a hat towards further incomings in saying that there are still areas of the club that need strengthening and he feels that work will be done in order to fulfil this.