TOWN will take more than 2,000 fans to Doncaster Rovers on Monday and young Andy Holdsworth can't wait for the clash.
Holdsworth, who is now established in Peter Jackson's starting line-up, was named on the Town bench for the first time down at Doncaster last season.
And as he makes his return to Belle Vue (3.00), the 20-year-old aims to prove both himself and Town have come a long way in the 12 months since.
"Doncaster away is a massive game for us," said Holdsworth, who has made the right wing-back slot his own.
"Even though they were promoted as Third Division champions last year they didn't beat us, and it would be nice to keep that record on Monday.
"We do need to start picking up points as quickly as we can and it would certainly help if a few goals started going in.
"Everyone feels we are playing okay and we are confident and positive when we go out onto the pitch, it's just that it hasn't quite happened for us yet."
Holdsworth - who has been reluctant to speak to his Leeds-fan dad Ted since the Carling Cup defeat!- accepts he is on a steep learning curve.
"I think I'm doing all right this season but it has been more difficult to push forward," he said ahead of today's LDV Vans Trophy draw.
"I'm gaining confidence with every game, though, and hopefully a few more opportunities will come my way."
On the Leeds defeat, he added: "My dad is mad keen on Leeds and so are about 40 of my mates who were up in the Kop, so I don't think I'll be speaking to any of them for another fortnight!.
"We all thought we deserved a lot more from the performance, but it's gone now and all we can do is look forward."