Marcelo Bielsa has conceded that it would be good if Leeds United bring in fresh faces in the current transfer window, but insisted that the new players must improve the team.

Leeds are at the summit of the Championship table, but have lost back-to-back league games for the first time this season and are approaching the second half of the campaign with a few injuries.

They remain one of the favourites to earn promotion to the Premier League, but there is a feeling Leeds need a few new signings in January in order to sustain their challenge until the end of the season.

Bielsa has so far played down the need for fresh faces in the window, but for the moment he admits that it would be a help if Leeds could bring in new signings in January, with goalkeeper and winger positions which need attention.

But the Argentine stressed Leeds will only sign players if they improve the team and he is ready to carry on with the current squad for the rest of the season if needed.

Bielsa said in a press conference: I don't think many players will come in.

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If the club can get players than the ones than we already have and in the position where we suffered some injuries.

For example [Samu] Saiz left and Pablo [Hernandez] plays as a playmaker so we need a winger.

"The injury of Jamal Blackman has not been covered by another player these are two positions we are trying to solve.

"If players come it will be better but if we trust the players we have."

Leeds will be in FA Cup action on Sunday when they take on Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.