Leeds midfielder Adam Clayton believes his career can take off at Elland Road after signing a three-year contract.
Clayton spent much of last season on loan at Carlisle from Manchester City before joining Leeds, initially on loan early last month. He signed his permanent deal on transfer deadline day.
The 21-year-old said: "Leeds is a massive club, just as big as Manchester City. It's definitely a place and an environment where I can learn and get better as a player.
"Everything at Leeds is geared up for the Premier League, the stadium, the facilities, the tremendous atmosphere, the fans - they're brilliant aren't they? - so I think it is definitely somewhere that I can grow and develop as a player"
Clayton added: "If we keep fighting for every point, keep on scrapping, I think we can be there or thereabouts this season."