Ramon Nunez has promised he is ready to seize his chance at Elland Road.
The Honduras international has just been voted most valuable player at the Copa CentroAmerica, won by his home country for the first time in 16 years, but the 25-year-old has made only two substitute appearances for Leeds since arriving in the summer from Deportivo Olim.
Nunez said: "I'll keep working, I want to get in the team. I've been patient. Obviously the team has done well and I have to wait and be patient. A chance and an opportunity will come.
"I know what the manager [Simon Grayson] wants and expects of me in training and I try and carry it out the best I can. I have to be ready for when it comes."