THOMAS Christiansen was keeping his feet on the ground as his Leeds side made it four wins in a row after coming from behind to beat Burton at the Pirelli Stadium.

Tom Naylor gave the Brewers a first-half lead with his second goal in as many games after 29 minutes, stealing in at the back post.

But Albion squandered chances to go two ahead and Pablo Hernandez's 61st-minute free-kick levelled matters before Kemar Roofe's composed finish three minutes later ultimately sealed a 2-1 victory for Christiansen's side.

The Leeds boss admitted: "We are doing quite well at the moment. It is very satisfying. That was the idea, the wish, to do that (win four successive games) but it is not always given what we would like it to be."

"Today is a good example. In the first half we have played very well with more opportunities, had the possession clearly, but at half-time we have gone in 1-0 down – but this is football."

Christiansen praised Hernandez for the equaliser and the rest of the team for playing their part in the second-half turnaround which sealed the win and maintained Leeds' promotion push.

"It was very well executed," said Christiansen. "Very good but everyone did their bit in that one and it brought us into the game again and from that moment the confidence was there and grew in the team believing we could change the game."

Brewers boss Nigel Clough was left to rue missed chances from his Burton side as they failed to back up consecutive away wins with a much-needed home victory, their losing run at home extended to eight games with defeat to Leeds.

"We had three or four good chances to go 2-0 up and didn't take them, either side of half-time, and then there is a needless challenge on the edge of the box and we are punished by the free-kick," said Clough.

The Burton manager also felt that Leeds were somewhat fortunate to have 11 men for the second half after a rash challenge from Gaetano Berardi on Sean Scannell.

Clough said: "It's one of those that the referees show you in pre-season where if the player leaves the ground and shows studs, with one foot or two, the player is receiving a red card."