By MOT Leeds News speaking to Paul Robinson

13th Jul, 2020 | 1:50pm

'From what I hear' – Exclusive: What happened in Leeds dressing room after Swansea win – pundit

We’re delighted to welcome former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson as our exclusive columnist. Each week he’ll be giving his views on the biggest talking points at Leeds United…

Paul Robinson has said that there were no celebrations in the Leeds dressing room after the late win against Swansea.

Instead, the talk in the dressing room was simply, ‘Job done, now let’s move onto the next one’.

Leeds opened up a three-point lead at the top of the Championship, with a six-point buffer back to third with just three games left, but Robinson said none of the players are getting carried away.

Talking exclusively to MOT Leeds News Robinson said, “It felt like a really pivotal moment as they didn’t really dominate the game like they have done previous ones.

“Hernandez came off the bench at half-time which is becoming customary now and he had such a big impact.

“It felt like a really key pivotal point and you could see from the celebrations on the pitch what it meant.

“From what I hear though, yesterday in the dressing room after the game there were no celebrations, no getting carried away.

“It was just, ‘Job done now let’s get on with the next one’. I don’t think anyone’s getting carried away with it just yet.”

This is exactly what we want to hear.

We’ll never forget the Derby celebrations after they beat Leeds in the play-offs last season.

They celebrated that like they’d won promotion and then went on to fall at the last against Aston Villa in the final.

Ironically, by the time Leeds play Derby on Sunday, they could already be champions.

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