Neil Warnock tore into his Leeds players after the 2-0 defeat to Watford and admits a major overhaul of the squad is required. "I think we are miles away from where we should be.

"I couldn't see us scoring in a brothel today. Watford are a streetwise team and we have been mugged in every department. We were so naive.

"It showed why I got the job. A major overhaul is needed and I don't think the 7-3 defeat against Forest was as bad as this performance.

"We will have to invest. The chairman (Ken Bates) knows what I think and I will talk to him when he comes over at Easter. It needs major surgery. This is as big a job and challenge as I have ever had.

"I learned more about some players today than I did against Forest. A few of them went missing. It hurts me that over 20,000 people have paid good money to see that."

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