O'Dea wants Leeds stay
On-loan Leeds defender Darren O'Dea says he hopes he has done enough to seal a permanent contract at Elland Road.
The Ireland international has made 36 appearances for the Whites since arriving on-loan from Celtic in August but with Leeds' play-off hopes all but over, coach Neil Warnock has already started planning for next season. The former QPR manager has previously said that he wants to conduct a major overhaul of the playing squad during the summer and the 25-year-old is hoping he's done enough to be offered a permanent contract at the club. "The manager's already started planning for next season so everybody has everything to play for," he said. "I hope I can stay, but as I've said there's only one man who will make the decision. I don't see anywhere better to be than here."