Leeds managed to earn a point from a 0-0 draw at the MKM Stadium despite playing the last 30 minutes of the game with ten men following Joe Rodon’s red card on the hour mark.


The Whites have managed to keep three clean sheets on the trot and will now host Watford at Elland Road this weekend.




Redfearn insisted that in the circumstances, Leeds did brilliantly to get a point away at Hull, who have made a good start to the season.


The former Leeds boss expressed his delight at the resilience, character and determination the team showed to get stuck in and earn a point despite playing with ten men since the hour mark.



Redfearn said on BBC Radio Leeds: “That’s a great point.


“Hull City are one of the sides that have done well at the start of the season.



“[Leeds] showed real resilience and togetherness and at the end of the day, they deserved that.


“They have shown the character.


“They had the vast majority with eleven men but when it went down to ten, they have shown a different side.”


Leeds have only registered two league wins this season and will be keen to get back to winning ways at home this weekend.