Leeds United head coach Steve Evans doesn’t believe his side need a squad overhaul in the summer to move forward next season.

Currently 13th in the league table, Leeds are hoping to finish the season on a high in order to finish in the top half of the Championship table, but Evans has his eyes on promotion to the Premier League next term.

The Leeds manager has often said that if he receives the proper backing from the club’s board, he will be able turn the Yorkshire giants into promotion contenders for the 2016/17 season.

And the Scot doesn’t believe his side need any major surgery during the transfer window, but just need a few quality additions in key positions to move forward.

The Leeds manager said in a press conference when asked about his transfer plans: “There are lots of top class players downstairs.  


“It is not a squad that needs eight or ten additions, it doesn’t need that. In my humble opinion it needs some addition of quality in key positions.

“And the rest are already in the building.”

Since missing out on the playoff spots by a whisker in their first season back in the Championship in the 2010/11 season, Leeds have been nothing more than a lower mid-table team.