Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa wants his side to continue their ‘positive cycle of wins’ after beating QPR 2-1 at Elland Road on Saturday.
The win was Leeds’ fourth in succession, and keeps the club in the automatic promotion places just a point behind leaders Norwich.
The Argentinian is keen for his side to maintain their recent form, as Leeds look to return to the Premier League for the first time since relegation in 2004.
“It is very difficult in the Championship to win four games in a row,” Bielsa told Leeds official website.
“It is also difficult to be able to deserve to win the games.
“I don’t think we suffered many dangerous actions to the opponent, the ones we did concede was because of the superiority with the physical shape of their players.
“When the opponent scored, they increased their level of play but didn’t create any chance to score.
“At the end of the game Queens Park Rangers dominated the game through different paths.
“At the end of the first half we should have dominated and at the end of the second half we could only adapt to the style of play that the opponent proposed.
“These 12 points come after an important loss and this allows us to forget the feeling of losing by such a difference.
“It is important to have a positive cycle of wins, many different things could have happened in these four games and we would be in a different situation.”