Despite their most recent game being a loss against Tottenham Hotspur, it was yet another spirited display in what has been something of a resurgence of late under Jesse Marsch.
As if to highlight the tightness throughout the table, these two wins have propelled them to 15th and highlighted the spirit within the side.
Although the goals have been free-flowing, that has been without their top marksman Patrick Bamford, who once again picked up an injury before their trip to Spurs.
This only stands to reinforce the notion that they need another striker, with the Englishman wholly unreliable through no fault of his own.
Therefore, the solution might be found in their reported pursuit of Brazilian striker Pedro.
However, boasting a €100m (£86m) release clause, the marksman will not leave Flamengo for a cut-price.
Once lauded as an “excellent finisher” by Guy Mowbray, this cutting-edge and extra influx of goals is exactly what is needed at Elland Road. His arrival would surely spell safety but could also signpost the end of the line for Bamford.
There is clearly a clinical striker in there, but he is hidden behind this blockade of injuries.
Therefore, Marsch must ditch him in favour of this exciting talent who is set to star in Qatar.