Leeds United midfielder Michael Doyle is desperate to knock Norwich City off the top of the League One table.
The Elland Road-based outfit have led the way for much of the season, but with FA Cup and Johnstone's Paint Trophy distractions hindering their league form, have been ousted from the summit by the Canaries.
However, now that they are out of both competitions, Doyle is hopeful they can get themselves back on track.
He said: "We've been keeping a close eye on the league table but, at the minute, with the amount of games we're playing, it's just a case of trying to keep focused and getting ready for every game.
"The most important thing we can do is look after ourselves. The only thing I'm looking at is us in second and it's killing me to be honest."