Leeds United defender Barry Douglas has claimed he could be the common denominator if the Whites managed to win the Championship this season.
The Scotsman could make it five pieces of silverware in as many years, two Championships as well as a Turkish league along with two cups in Poland with Lech Poznan.
Douglas joked that he could be a lucky charm if he was able to lift the second-tier title whenever football returns in England.
The 30-year-old believes that Leeds have all the attributes needed within their squad to finish at champions and earn promotion.
“A bit of luck. Right time, right place, a good group of boys, good beliefs, ambition, not getting ahead of ourselves,” he told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
“I must be a common denominator if I have won them! But it’s just about the belief and the mindset of the boys, that’s a big part of it and we have got that at Leeds as well so I don’t see any reason why we can’t go on and achieve success here.”
If there was anyone who would know what it takes, it would be Douglas after his success at Wolves two years ago.
The Sun journalist Alan Nixon revealed on Monday that the Championship is still the home of good vibes with regards to restarting, meaning that Leeds have a great chance of finishing their remaining nine games.
Leeds definitely stand a great chance of earning promotion either way, with the Whites currently seven points ahead of Fulham in third place.
Nate Silver, a prediction expert, claimed that Marcelo Bielsa’s men have a 98% chance of earning promotion should the season be resumed, meaning Douglas could be well on the way to earning yet another piece of silverware [FiveThirtyEight].
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