Former Leeds United star David Norris believes that the club are currently struggling to find a Plan B as their Premier League woes continue.
The club are currently in the bottom three and have yet to win a game this term ahead of the clashes with Watford, Wolves, and Southampton.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have been on the wrong end of two thrashings this term, too, as they were beaten 5-1 by Manchester United on the opening weekend of the season, and also beaten 3-0 by Liverpool.
Bielsa, of course, is something of a purist when it comes to the way he plays the game, and he continually instructs his players to push into the top end of the pitch, regardless of the scoreline.
Leeds attack throughout their games, even with the team being battered, but Norris does not believe that Plan A is currently working.
He admits that the club are beginning to worry him as they struggle to win matches in the top-flight.
He said: “They’re struggling for a Plan B.
“At this stage now, it is a little bit worrying. You’d like to think it’s not going to be one of those seasons where they’re going to be in the relegation zone or really struggle for it but they’re struggling and the longer it goes on, the more worrying it gets.”