Warnock backs Snodgrass
Leeds boss Neil Warnock has backed captain Robert Snodgrass as the winger continues to stall over a new deal.
Snodgrass this week reiterated his desire to wait and see before committing his future to the Elland Road club. The Scotland international wants a show of ambition before making a decision. The 24-year-old, whose existing contract expires next summer, has been offered a deal which would make him United's highest earner. Snodgrass has seen a number of talented team-mates leave during his four years at Elland Road, most recently home-grown skipper Jonny Howson. "He knows what I think about him and I don't blame him. I know he's saying 'let's see how ambitious the club are'," said Warnock. "When I spoke to him he said to me '12 months ago it was (Max) Gradel, (Bradley) Johnson, Howson and me' and now he's the only one left. I understand where he's coming from."