Warnock waits on trio
Neil Warnock conceded there was no guarantee Robert Snodgrass, Aidy White or Ross McCormack would still be at Elland Road when the 2012/13 season kicks off.
Skipper Snodgrass and leading goalscorer McCormack have one more season left on their current deals, while winger White is out of contract this summer and Warnock is hoping all three players will commit themselves to Elland Road as he bids to build a promotion-winning squad. Warnock said: "Snodgrass, Aidy White, McCormack, they've all been offered a new contract and there's no guarantee any of them are going to sign. That's the nature of football and it's their prerogative, so I don't know where I am with any of them really. "It's a big concern. You want to keep your better players. I don't think we can say hand on heart that any of those players will sign yet - but they might all re-sign." Warnock added: "I'd love to keep the likes of Snodgrass irrespective of whether he signs and I'd like to keep him until Christmas. "The chairman's in agreement with that, but you can never say never and when you look at some of the Premier League clubs that would be interested in somebody like Snodgrass, they might be able to offer something what we think is realistic."