Warnock said to judge him after the window closed. Well it is now two defeats and one draw. One point from nine and Leeds are just about as far off a play off place as they have been all season.
Eleventh in the table. Eight points behind Middlesbrough. The same number of points ahead of third from bottom Barnsley. If that doesn't scream out mid table obscurity with just 15 games to go, what does?
And the facts become more damning. Middlesbrough hadn't won a league game in 2013 and came into the match on the back of five straight defeats. But they were good enough to beat Leeds.
Wolves haven't won in five. But Leeds still couldn't beat them.
And apart from a penalty, Leeds have only scored once in 270 minutes of football. And that comes after the sale of leading scorer Becchio.
What will be achieved by leaving Warnock in the job until the end of the season? Bring in a new man, and it may act as a fillip. Bring in a new man and he will have a chance of assessing the squad ahead of the next transfer window. Bring in a new man and this overpowering sense of a club drifting in the doldrums will at least be challenged.
Surely it is time for action?