Date:Monday February 2 2009
Leeds United have completed the permanent signing of loan defender Richard Naylor.
The Leeds born 31 year old has been at the club since mid January and has so far played four games for the club.
The lifelong Leeds fan has signed a two and a half year deal.
Speaking on the official website Naylor said "I`m really, really pleased this is sorted and after all these years I can finally call myself a Leeds player"
He`s so far played four games for the club and scored his first goal for the club in the recent 2-0 win against Southend United.
He was also given the captains armband after his first game in the absence of injured captain Frazer Richardson.
Naylor made over 400 appearances for Ipswich Town during a 15 year spell with the tractor boys and continuing he said "It`s strange leaving Ipswich after almost 15 years"
I am sure his love for his home town club made the decision much easier and he finished by saying "I wouldn`t have made a decision like this to go to any other club"
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