Leeds United managed to get back to winning ways on Sunday when they sealed victory over Middlesbrough at Elland Road.
The Whites started the season on the front foot, going seven games unbeaten, which put them in and amongst the promotion places.
However, seven defeats in nine fixtures dropped Thomas Christiansen’s side down the table.
At the weekend, though, the Yorkshire club regained some form to move up to seventh in the table.
Not only did the team secure a 2-1 triumph over Middlesbrough on home turf, they showed former manager Garry Monk what he was missing.
The ex-Swansea City boss became Boro manager in the summer after one season in charge of Leeds.
After Sunday’s match, Eunan O’Kane opted not to focus on the Monk storyline, but instead praised the team for their work ethic during the match.
Brilliant performance from the boys today! I thought we did the basics well, worked extremely hard and took enough of the chances we created to get our rewards #MOT #Together pic.twitter.com/COpxYhzAkb
— Eunan O'Kane (@eunan10) November 19, 2017
As expected, fans were quick to react to the midfielder’s message on social media.
Now we need to make sure we follow that up with an even better performance against wolves on wed. Hope to see you back in the team soon mate. #mot
— Tony H (@Rumoydin) November 19, 2017
Good performance…. Thought we should have created more chances especially down the line…. Keep up the good work for the next few games 👍 #WeAreLeeds
— Lynn#Sweet&Delish (@lydaly) November 20, 2017
Excellent day today-result,performance and fans!! ALAW!
— Donna Litchfield (@DonnaLitchfiel8) November 19, 2017
Yeah was a decent performance. Nice to see us back to winning ways
— Jamie Birkett (@Birkett938) November 19, 2017
Top man keep it up👍👏👏👏👏👏👏🤛🔥
— Tim symons (@Timsnemesis) November 19, 2017
— alaw (@Kingbillymot) November 20, 2017
I think we looked like we did when we first started the season and it was good to see you coming on as a sub.
— William patterson (@William79304674) November 20, 2017
yes was a more solid performance, great to get back to winning ways
— john heaney (@heaneyjohn) November 19, 2017