'Happy faces' - Jack Harrison makes Leeds United vow ahead of Manchester United clash
JACK Harrison says Leeds United are out to redeem themselves in today's Premier League clash against Manchester United in a bid to create "happy faces" associated with the Whites.
Leeds were hit for six in December's reverse fixture against their arch rivals at Old Trafford as Ole Gunnar Sollskjaer's side recorded a 6-2 victory.
"For us, we know it's a massive game," Harrison told Sky Sports.
"We know we have to redeem ourselves for last time.
"But also there's a lot of history and emotions behind this game as it is anyway because of the rivalry and how much it means to everyone associated with the club.
"We are going to do all we can to try and create some happy faces today but we know it's going to be a tough game."
A message from the Editor:
Leeds has a fantastic story to tell - and the Yorkshire Evening Post has been rooted firmly at the heart of telling the stories of our city since 1890.
We believe in ourselves and hope you believe in us too. We need your support to help ensure we can continue to be at the heart of life in Leeds.
Subscribe to our website and enjoy unlimited access to local news and information online and on our app.
With a digital subscription, you can read more than 5 articles, see fewer ads, enjoy faster load times, and get access to exclusive newsletters and content.
Click here to subscribe.
For more details on our newspaper subscription offers click here.
Thank you Laura Collins