Robert Snodgrass admits he will have to work hard to reclaim his place in Leeds United's starting line-up.
The winger made his first appearance of the campaign as a substitute against Doncaster Rovers last Friday after being sidelined by a knee injury sustained in pre-season.
But, with Leeds having enjoyed a solid start after promotion to the Championship, Snodgrass is aware he will not walk straight back into Simon Grayson's side.
"You do hope to start games, but the lads have done well," he told LUTV.
"The team has done well in stages so for me to think I'm going to start, it isn't like that.
"I'm just going to keep working as hard as I can."