Neil Warnock insists Leeds United must attack every remaining game – even if they fall short of the play-offs as expected.

The Whites head into Saturday's trip to struggling Ipswich seven points off sixth spot with eight to play.

While the focus at Elland Road has shifted to events off the field, Warnock wants to keep the interest alive on it.

It is looking an increasingly unlikely scenario after the costly derby defeat to Huddersfield a fortnight ago but Warnock will not let anyone chuck in the towel.

He said: “We’ve got to throw ourselves into every game and see what happens. I’ve told the players that no-one should be giving up. All we can do is aim for one big push.

“We’re relatively injury free and we’ve got eight games to go. I don’t want anyone thinking they can slacken off.

“Promotion’s highly unlikely but while there’s a chance, we’ll keep on going.”