Dean Smith is full of respect for Leeds and the threats they can pose to Brentford.
The Yorkshire side have lost their last two games, leading to fans calling for the head of Thomas Christiansen, but were 3-0 victors on the road last time out.
And Smith has full respect for the way United will set up at Griffin Park on Saturday evening.
He said: “They've got a good team. They've got good ball carriers in Ezgjan Alioski and all over the pitch.
“Ronaldo Vieira is strong and powerful. Eunan O'Kane who was at Bournemouth. They can hurt anybody. They've not had a favourable run of results there but they won 3-0 at Bristol City.”
Leeds have been prone to parting company with managers, especially in the Massimo Cellino era, and Smith believes continuity is key in a league that is tough to predict.
He added: “I think I said that this league is tough to predict. Nobody is going to run away with it. QPR, for instance, go on a poor run of results and then beat the top of the table team twice in four days.
“Anyone can beat anyone. We take great confidence in the run we're on at the moment. It's a tough thing to do but we want to keep our run going.
He went on to say: “That's something we've spoken about. We need continuity. Everyone knows our strategy and we believe in it.
“I watched Bristol City at Fulham and apart from the right back who got injured it was the same players as last season. They went through a tough time and they've got through by sticking with it.
“It can be very easy when you're getting bad results to say you need to change things but we felt the performances were good and we'd start taking our chances and people would stop putting it in the top corner from 25 yards. We won't be resting on our laurels.”