Leeds manager Simon Grayson has warned his players and fans that they will have to be patient when his team host Swansea at Elland Road on Saturday.
The Swans` style of play could frustrate the Whites, with Grayson telling the club`s official website: "Because of the way Swansea play they have plenty of the ball, and we'll have to be patient and solid because you can easily get picked off.
"The crowd might have to be patient as well because we might not have as much of the ball as we'd like at home, but equally we will look to impose our game on them and take it to them when we get the opportunity."
However, Grayson remains confident his team can perform, with new signings Ramon Nunez and Ross McCormack likely to feature.
"If they (Swansea) watched us against Watford and Millwall they will know we are a decent team on our day. We know we are a decent team. It's got the ingredients of being a good game, that's for sure."