Leeds are set to be boosted by the return of four key players from injury.
Gary Kelly, Tore Andre Flo, Robbie Elliott and Alan Thompson are all making good progress with their respective injuries and they could return to action soon.
Former Republic of Ireland international Kelly has been out of action since November due to niggling back and ankle injuries.
Flo has been sidelined since breaking a bone in his foot at the end of January, while Thompson and Elliott have missed the last few weeks with hamstring problems.
Leeds assistant manager Gus Poyet. admitted the return of the trio would be a massive boost for the Championship strugglers.
"When you look at the injuries we have, the international break has come at a good time," Poyet told the club's official website.
"Tore (Andre Flo), Thommo (Alan Thompson), Gary Kelly and Robbie Elliott are all getting nearer and they're good players we can have in a week or so.
"Gary should be training next week which is good news, Tore has been running and is close and Thommo as well."