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13/09/2017 - 14:12 GMT

I’ve Played At Bayern Munich and Dortmund – Leeds New Boy Not Worried About Millwall’s Den

 




Leeds United custodian Felix Wiedwald has insisted that he is not new to playing in a tough atmosphere, ahead of his side’s trip to Millwall on Saturday.

The Whites, who beat Birmingham City 2-0 to move atop the Championship table, will next travel to the Den, a stadium known for creating a hostile environment for the visiting teams.




However, Wiedwald stated that he has experience of featuring in big matches, having previously played at Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund’s home grounds during his stints at Eintracht Frankfurt and Werder Bremen.

The goalkeeper, who joined Leeds from Werder Bremen in the summer, went on to add that he is relishing the prospect of playing at the Den.

 


“I have played at big stadiums like Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund”, he said on BBC Radio Leeds, when told that Millwall is a tough atmosphere to play in.

“So it’s not new for me to play in front of a big atmosphere.

“I’m looking forward to going there and getting the three points.”


Wiedwald, who has thus far kept five clean sheets in six league games for Leeds, urged the Yorkshire giants to work hard and remain at the top of the Championship standings.

“I came here to improve my game and improve the team”, he continued.

“Now we are on top, but we must work hard to stay there.”