Kenny shines during Leeds win
Leeds boss Neil Warnock believes Paddy Kenny is the best goalkeeper in the country after he kept a clean sheet on his debut in the 4-0 win against Shrewsbury.
The summer signing frustrated the npower League Two side as new-look Leeds breezed through to the next round of the Capital One Cup. "It was just what we needed because Shrewsbury are a good side. They are buzzing after promotion and Paddy had to make a couple of really good saves," said Warnock. "When you have the best keeper in the country you always have a chance. I wouldn't swap him for any keeper in the Premier League. "It was a shock to see him spill one today because he never does that. It showed he is human after all, but he is without doubt my best signing of the summer." In the 76th minute Leeds introduced controversial Senegalese international El Hadji Diouf, who has joined them on a non-contract agreement and needs to win over the fans. "He trained with us on Thursday and Friday and I will make a decision on him before next weekend because if I sign him (permanently) I will want him to be involved against Wolves," said Warnock. "We have no money at the moment so he won't be retiring on the wages we can offer, but he is available on a Bosman transfer and he has genuine quality."