Warnock wants Brown to stay
Leeds manager Neil Warnock is confident midfielder Michael Brown will extend his stay at Elland Road.
The 35-year-old former Sheffield United and Tottenham player was offered a new one-year contract at the end of the season following the expiry of his current deal and Warnock expects him to put pen to paper in time for the new season. "We've offered Michael another year and I think we'll start that from next month," Warnock told the club's offical website. Brown, who joined Leeds on a free transfer from Portsmouth last summer, made 26 first-team appearances last season, most of them coming after the arrival of Warnock as manager in February.