After being sent out on loan to Fulham last season, James has integrated well with Daniel Farke’s team this season, featuring for the Whites on a regular basis.
His figures have been on an upward trajectory and James has lifted the lid on how he has set about becoming more of a goal threat in the final third.
According to the 26-year-old, he previously used to come out of games with just one shot on goal, and he stressed that he is never going to be a big threat if he does not take chances to shoot at goal.
“I’ve come out of games before and I’ve counted how many shots or crosses I’ve made and I’ve made one shot”, James told BBC Radio Leeds.
“So how are you going to score in games with just one shot?
“When I’m coming with six or seven you’d like to think one of them will go in.”
James has scored six goals in 17 appearances for Leeds and has helped set up four more for his team-mates.
The Whites will hope to see the winger continue to add to his numbers as they push for promotion to the Premier League.