Leeds United captain Ross McCormack says he will never ask to leave the club.
McCormack scored 29 goals in all competitions this season and when speaking to BBC Radio Leeds after Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Derby McCormack said: “I will be back in pre-season, I will keep doing my job at Leeds United until there is a phone call to say they have accepted an offer or they want me to leave. I will still be here; I will never say I want to leave this football club. The club is bigger than me, so I will never do that.”
McCormack was subject to bids from Middlesbrough, Cardiff & West Ham United in January but Owner Massimo Cellino turned down the bids for the Leeds United captain.
West Ham, Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers, Leicester City and Fulham have already been linked with moves for the Scottish International who won Player of the Year, Players’ Player of the Year and Goal of the Season at Leeds United’s End of Season Awards on Saturday Evening.