THE Reds play Leeds this weekend and new boss Danny Wilson says he couldn't start with a better game.

The Reds return to competitive action at Elland Road on Saturday with Wilson set for his first game in charge in his second spell at Oakwell.

The 53-year-old, who played for Barnsley before guiding them to the Premier League, is confident the quality is there to avoid relegation.

"There’s not a great deal wrong if I'm being quite honest," he said.

"The games this season have been close. The odd mistake they've made has cost them games.

"The odd chance they've not put away has cost them games too, so we’ve to shift that mental approach sideways and make it more positive.

"It's a terrific challenge because we've got a lot of tough games coming up and there's no better game than a derby to get started.

"To win that one would be the stuff dreams are made of."

Chris O'Grady is set to return this weekend having recovered from a calf injury, but influential midfielder Paddy McCourt is a major doubt with a hamstring injury.