Lewis Wing’s rapid rise continued at the weekend when he opened the scoring, his fourth of the campaign in all competitions.

The 23-year-old, who was plying his trade in non-league just a couple of years ago, earned plenty of plaudits from Boro fans as he added another to his tally.

From one Boro midfielder to another, January addition John Obi Mikel has quickly become a favourite among fans.

There was a lengthy break in play in the final ten minutes as Leeds midfielder Jack Clarke required medical attention on the Whites’ bench.

The youngster was discharged from hospital over the weekend and is recovering. The Boro fans sent their well wishes to the Leeds midfielder.

Former Leeds defender and agent of Clarke Ian Harte took to Twitter to thank the Boro medical team for their support.

Despite a late equaliser from Leeds’ Kalvin Phillips, the message from the stands and the Boro dressing room is of optimism as we head to Bramall Lane on Wednesday to take on another promotion rival in Sheffield United.