Leeds United defender Leigh Bromby has admitted that the progress of their League One rivals doesn't interest him in the slightest.
The former Sheffield United man is more concerned with what happens at Elland Road this term.
They missed out on a chance to level up with Norwich City at the top of the table after conceding a late equaliser at Hartlepool United on Saturday.
Now Bromby insists they will take care of themselves as the title shake-up gathers momentum.
Speaking to the club's official website, he said: "It'd have been fantastic to move back level with Norwich, but we're confident we will win our home games and pick up points away from home.
"We will look after ourselves and our results.
"It's not easy at places like Hartlepool. We set our stall out not to get beat, but in the end we were disappointed not to win."