Despite losing their opening game in the English top flight 4-3 away at Liverpool last weekend, Marcelo Bielsa’s team had a lot of positives to take away from their spirited performance as they were able to put three past Reds shot-stopper Alisson at Anfield.
Leeds will now have the opportunity to register their first win since making the leap into the Premier League when they play host to fellow top flight new boys Fulham at Elland Road on Saturday.
Both Fulham and Leeds shared the spoils with one win each in their two encounters in the Championship last season, and Harrison has urged his team to turn up against the Cottagers at home as he insists the unforgiving beast that is the Premier League will punish any team that approach a match with complacency.
Leeds have been hard at work on the training pitch to weed out the small mistakes that remain in their game according to Harrison and the winger is adamant that his team need to approach every game with the same drive and intensity.
“We have to approach every game as if it is the same”, Harrison told LUTV.
“We came into the Liverpool game on such a high and we have to do the exact same this weekend as well.
“Otherwise we will get punished.
“We know that we are in the top league in England right now.
“You will get punished for not turning up or making little mistakes.
“We know that as a team and we have been preparing so far this week to make sure that we are going to be ready for this weekend.”
The seven-goal-thriller saw Harrison open his account at the top table of English football with a sublime strike on Merseyside and he will hope to once again be among the starters and continue his scoring run against Fulham.