Marcelo Bielsa’s side went into the international break after putting an end to their six-game winless run in the Premier League and bagging their first three points of the season against Watford.
With clubs set to return to action following the break, Leeds will be hopeful of building on their victory over the Hornets when they lock horns with Southampton at St. Mary’s on Saturday.
Looking ahead to the game, former Leeds defender Dorigo insisted that the Whites will be aware there are no easy games in the top flight and expects them to take a cautious approach when they visit the Saints.
Dorigo is of the view that Leeds will be high on confidence after registering their first league win of the season against Watford and feels they will look at their upcoming matches against Southampton, Wolves and Norwich with relish.
“There are no games in the Premier League that you can cruise through“, Dorigo wrote in his Yorkshire Evening Post column.
“Leeds know that well and will approach Southampton away on Saturday accordingly.
“Getting that first win under their belt and the manner they did it in, with a dominant performance against Watford, will give them confidence.
“One or two players will hopefully be back and they will be looking at the next three games with relish.
“Hopefully they can go out and grab a few more points.“
Southampton currently sit 17th in the table, Wolves are placed 12th with three points more than Leeds, while Norwich sit bottom of the table with just one point.