Leeds Rhinos interim coach Richard Agar believes his side turned a corner a while ago but are still making small improvements as they continue to move away from relegation.

The Rhinos have produced two huge performances in recent weeks, thrashing both Huddersfield and Catalans to underline how far they have come since Agar took over three months ago, but the temporary boss was certain there was more to come as they look to sure up their Super League status in the final four weeks of the season.

“It is a competitive league with a lot at stake at the moment and we are coming up against some good teams,” he said.

“Some of the holes in us footy-wise will take time to iron out, but I do think we have made plenty of progress in that.

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“Defensively our effort has been great, we have kept teams to two tries, no tries, one try – but I think we will gain plenty of confidence from our attack by putting a couple of 40 points on. That will do us a world of good.”