"We're focussed on something to get us promoted and you get games like that, but I don't think there's any call for any kind of drastic action."
Leeds are looking to end a run of three successive defeats when they host Colchester on Saturday, but Prutton has insisted that some of the criticism that has come their way has been unfair.
"If you're looking at the criticisms and the fact that people are saying we're letting goals in, then you can't really say we're not, because the fact of the matter is that we have.
"I don't really read that much in the papers, but when you do read it, then it's sometimes staggering to read what people have put, and I mean that with the greatest respect.
"You look at it and you think 'it's just ridiculous' but you soon learn when you're younger not to get carried away if a paper says you're great or if you're not because more often than not they're completely wrong."
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