Jack Harrison reflects on Leeds United's confidence levels ahead of Yorkshire derby against Sheffield United
JACK Harrison says Leeds United are approaching Saturday's Yorkshire derby against Sheffield United with confidence high after recent results.
Leeds signed off for the March international break with a 2-1 victory at an improving Fulham side which marked United's first win in London for nearly four and a half years.
The triumph at Craven Cottage came on the back of a goalless draw at home to high-flying Chelsea and Leeds sit 11th in the Premier League table ahead of Saturday's showdown against the bottom-placed Blades.
Harrison told BBC Radio Leeds: "As a group I think especially coming away from Chelsea with a point and then having our first win in London in a while against a tough Fulham side as well, that gives us a lot of confidence and we are just hoping to carry that through.
"Obviously over the international break things have happened and it's been a while but hopefully we can carry it through going into Saturday."
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Thank you Laura Collins