Uwe Rosler says Leeds United's season target has not changed after they continued their unbeaten run with a 1-1 draw at home to Brentford today.

The Whites fell behind against the Bees in the first half, but levelled in the second period when substitute Mirco Antenucci struck in the 76th minute.

Leeds pushed to win, but could not find another goal and had to settle for a draw, which means it is now five draws and one win from their six games in the Championship this season – a solid start.

Rosler believes the draw was a fair result, but despite the side's unbeaten run is refusing to revise his season targets upwards.


He told a press conference: "It was a draw for two teams who wanted to win and was it was a fair result for me.


"I think it's very, very important that we never lose our target from our sights.

"It was made crystal clear that we want to build and improve. And we want to be better than last year.

"Hopefully we'll finish top ten. That was the target from day one and that will not change. That will not change with the unbeaten run and it will not change when we have one or two disappointing results.

"So we are consistent in what we want and are aiming for and I think we are on track to achieve that."

Rosler's men will be looking for their second win of the season when they host Mick McCarthy's Ipswich Town, who sit eighth in the league, at Elland Road on Tuesday in yet another Championship game.