Leeds United full-back Luke Ayling has admitted that playing in the Premier League for the Whites would be the stuff of dreams at Elland Road.

The Whites are flying high in the league as they top the Championship table and are favourites to earn promotion under Marcelo Bielsa.

There are still as many as 19 games to go though and Ayling insists that the job is far from over for the Whites.

The 27-year-old took time to insist that his team need to take one game at a time as they aim to achieve something special at the end of it.

“It has always been a dream of everyone’s in the dressing room here to play in the Premier League", Ayling was quoted as saying by the club's official site, after being asked what promotion would mean to him.

"It is still very early though, we still have four months to go and nearly every team to play again.

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"We just need to take it game by game, but hopefully we can do something special come the end of it."

Ayling has returned to action recently after being sidelined by an injury and has featured in the last six games for the team.

Leeds' next test will be against Stoke City in the Championship on Saturday.