Leeds United midfielder Adam Forshaw has dismissed concerns about fatigue under manager Marcelo Bielsa.
The Whites are enjoying one of the best seasons in their modern history under the Argentinian, currently sitting in third place in the Championship, just two points behind leaders Sheffield United.
Some fans and pundits have wondered if the 63-year-old’s high-intensity style of play will leave his players suffering fatigue in the latter stages of the season in what is a gruelling 46-game Championship campaign.
However, Leeds United midfielder Adam Forshaw has dismissed those fears, insisting that provided that they recover well, there is no reason as to why they can’t keep up their early-season momentum.
“We’re fit and we’re scoring a lot of late goals,” Forshaw told The Mirror.
“We did it against Brentford, Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall. A lot has been said about us possibly tiring, but if you recover well, then there’s no reason why we can’t keep up this standard and intensity.
“We’re professional in how we look after ourselves. We’ve shown no signs of letting up yet, so I don’t think that will happen.”