Leeds 'On Track' Says Rosler

Last updated : 14 September 2015 By .

The Whites remain unbeaten in six games of 2015/16 Sky Bet Championship campaign so far this campaign, winning one and drawing five.

On Saturday, they secured a hard-earned point against Brentford at Elland Road to continue their unbeaten run.

Rosler, who took charge of club’s hot seatback in May, indicated his target of improving the Championship side this term and securing a top-ten finish in the league on his arrival at the Elland Road.

While commenting on team’s current form after this weekend’s stalemate, the German manager once again insisted the targets would remain the same.

“I think it’s very important that we never lose our targets out of our sights, it was crystal clear that we want to improve and we want to build and we want to be better than last year.” The 46-year-old said.

“Hopefully we will finish in the top 10, that was the target from day one and that will not change. That will not change with the unbeaten run and it will not change if we have one or two disappointing results.

“We are consistent in what we want and what we are aiming for. I think we are on track to achieve that.”

In the next Championship fixture, Leeds United welcome Ipswich Town on Tuesday night.