No worries for Warnock
Neil Warnock conceded he had few complaints after watching Blackpool come from behind to see off his Leeds side 2-1 at Bloomfield Road.
Substitutes Nouha Dicko and Matt Phillips stepped off the bench to overturn Tom Lees' opener for Leeds on a night when the Yorkshire side had threatened to take the points against the run of play. Warnock said: "Blackpool are a good side. They're better than us. If we finish one place below them, I'll be very happy. "Even then, after soaking up all their pressure, basic errors cost us the game and that's disappointing. We didn't hold the ball up. The front four were poor at that and it meant Blackpool could sustain pressure." Warnock is known to want to add to the 11 new signings he has already drafted in over the summer but is currently being held up by the ongoing financial uncertainty at Elland Road. "We have to work on the assumption we're not bringing anyone in and go on with that," Warnock added. "Every manager wants more players and we don't have options off the bench and that takes time. We have to muck on; do what we can."