No less than 15 years have passed since Leeds United last experienced Premier League football.
It has been a very difficult period of time for the Yorkshire side. A 19th-placed finish in the 2004/05 season threw them into the second tier for the first time since 1990, and three seasons later, the club were relegated from Championship in 2007 to League On - the lowest the club has ever been in the Football League.
A three-year stay in League One would follow, but a promotion in in 2010/11 has kept them in the second-flight ever since, with a narrow play-off miss coming in just their first season by finishing seventh.
Six bottom half finishes would come in the next eight seasons, but it seems that this year everything is clicking for Marcelo Bielsa's men, who lost the play-off semi-finals last campaign.
With this gargantuan club finally on a potential return to the Premier League, how will they fare back amongst the big dogs?