Leeds coach Darko Milanic has admitted he is feeling the heat as he continues to go without a win in charge of the club, after they fell to a 2-1 loss at the hands of Rotherham on Friday.
Milanic is still yet to find maximum points after four games in charge, and with Massimo Cellino's short patience with managers it would appear that pressure is building on the head coach to produce a result.
The Whites found the net first against Rotherham thanks to a strike from Mirco Antenucci and while they dominated in the first half, Steve Evan's men made a comeback in the second to score twice in seven minutes and seal victory.
Milanic, who was named as head coach of Leeds in September after the ill-fated appointment of David Hockaday, said while it has been a difficult start with the side he is seeing some positives.
"It's difficult," he said, according to the Yorkshire Post. "I'm not happy with a situation where I haven't won until now with Leeds United.
"But I think the players were 100 per cent in the game, we tried to play and we tried to play with good possession. In the second half it was difficult against a hard and aggressive home team.
"We played well to begin with. It was a good game. We controlled the match, we scored the goal, we had some good counter-attacks.
"But in the last few minutes of the first half they began with long balls from all areas and made a lot of pressure. We were prepared to play against that pressure but we made two mistakes and they scored the goals.
"We had some problems in midfield with pressure from them. But after they scored we had some good movement, we were dangerous."
Leeds are currently 14th in the table and face leaders Norwich in their next fixture, which will be a particularly tough match-up for Milanic as he continues to seek his first win with the side.