The former England midfield enforcer took over at Elland Road in succession to Terry Venables and his first home match in charge was the 2-2 draw with us in April.
It has not been an easy summer for Reid, who has had to contend with the loss of playmaker Harry Kewell and speculation surrounding a number of his star players. Despite the problems, Glenn still feels he will make a success of his time at Leeds.
"Leeds have had a difficult time off the pitch," he said. "I know Peter Reid very well from our playing days - he is a great lad and I think he'll do very well at Leeds.
"He's had a tough time off the pitch with players being sold, but I know Peter will get them fired up for Saturday.
"They've got off to a reasonable start and were a couple of minutes away from getting three points against Newcastle when nobody fancied them.
"They'll come with a lot of heart and a lot belief. We know it will be tough, when Peter sets a team out it is always a team that will work hard and you have to earn whatever you get."
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Glenn Hoddle reasons that any side managed by Peter Reid will prove to be a tough nut to crack.