Neil Warnock felt it was fitting that Leeds marked the anniversary of Gary Speed's death with a battling 1-0 home win against Leicester.
The hosts last won a midweek fixture 364 days ago against Nottingham Forest, their first game following Speed's death, and Warnock noted the poignancy of the symmetry.
Luciano Becchio's third-minute penalty was enough to earn Warnock's side the victory as they continued their unbeaten run since last week's GFH Capital takeover.
The Elland Road boss said: "Gary would have loved that, us getting stuck in, I thought it was fitting.
"It was a Gary Speed game tonight, roll your sleeves up and not shirking a tackle.
"We played some good stuff, with flair, but also putting bodies on the line when we needed."