Pep Clotet says he is proud to be assistant head coach at Leeds United and is keen to bring success to the Whites.

The Spaniard was taken to Elland Road by head coach Garry Monk, who was appointed to his position earlier this summer; Clotet also worked alongside Monk at Swansea City.

So far it has been difficult going for Leeds with only one win in five Championship matches and the side just out of the relegation zone on goal difference.

But Clotet is upbeat and posted a photograph of the club's badge and motto on social media.

He also wrote: "Proud to be part of this great club and eager to deliver the success it deserves."


Clotet and Monk face a big test this coming Saturday when Huddersfield arrive at Elland Road for a Yorkshire derby.

David Wagner's men have won plaudits for their high intensity style of play and currently sit top of the Championship table after roaring out of the blocks.

Huddersfield won the same fixture last season 4-1.