Last Updated: Tue, 09 Oct 2012 16:59
Leeds skipper Lee Peltier hailed Neil Warnock's tactical switches as they edged past Barnsley at Elland Road on Saturday.
Peltier, who won the decisive penalty on the day, shifted alongside Tom Lees and Jason Pearce as Warnock moved to a central trio with Aidy White and Sam Byram operating as wing-backs.
It did not offer much offensively, but it made United more solid at the back and ended a period of strong domination from the Tykes before eventually going on to win the game.
"They (Barnsley) were on top for the first 20 minutes, but the gaffer changed the formation and that suited us and from then on, we did well," Peltier told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
"The gaffer takes credit for changing it to three at the back because the initial formation wasn't working and obviously the gaffer saw it quickly and put his stamp down. That's where his experience came into play.
"It was about getting three points on the board and seeing where that takes us in the table. The fans can see that the boys have been working really hard and it's shown with the results."
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