Leeds says it will remind manager Marcelo Bielsa of the need to demonstrate "integrity and honesty" after apologizing to League Championship rival Derby for spying on its training ground.
The issue has received widespread condemnation, with former Newcastle United and Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas - now a prominent pundit - calling for Leeds to be hit with a points deduction, while Keith Andrew labelled the incident "disgusting".
United said they would hold talks with Bielsa and his backroom team in the coming days to discuss the controversy.
The club's Italian owner Andrea Radrizzani has met with his Derby counterpart Mel Morris to apologise for Bielsa's actions.
"We will make no further comment on this matter".
Leeds, who thrashed Derby 4-1 in the league meeting in August, have lost their last three games in all competitions and sit two points clear of Norwich at the top of the table.
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"Talking about "I did it somewhere else, it's fine" - that doesn't work for me".
"Yesterday I talked to Frank Lampard and he told me I didn't respect fair play".
Bielsa said: "It's true there was someone from Leeds United". Derby constabulary initial response unit reported they had apprehended the suspect seen near the ground's perimeter fence, which had called a halt to the team's training session.
Derby are now eight points behind Leeds ahead of Friday night's match, and lost the corresponding fixture at the start of the season 4-1 at Pride Park. "The responsibility for this incident is mine", Bielsa told Sky on Friday, via an interpreter.
I started doing it in the qualifications for the World Cup with Argentina and Chile.
"It doesn't matter if it's legal or illegal, or right or wrong".
"Thirty years ago it happened in Argentina, but not only Marcelo, all managers were like this... many many other names used to send people to watch the training sessions". If possibilities come up to travel later in my career, then when I travel to that country I will find out what the etiquette is in that country and I will abide by it, which I think is a good thing to do in life, not just football.