Date:Monday February 9 2009
Lee Trundle is happy to stay at Elland Road for another month if it means first team football.
The 32 year old is currently on loan from Bristol City and he`s only made two starts for them so far this season, with Bristol winning five of their last six games it`s highly unlikely that he will get in the first team if he returned to his parent club.
Speaking on Sky Sports Trundle said "If I could stay for another month and get some more games under my belt I would be happy to do that. As a footballer what you want to do is go out on a Saturday and enjoy your game. There's nothing worse than sitting in the stand or on the bench when you just love playing football.
Trundle came off the bench against Carlisle United in Leeds first game after his arrival, he`s started the other four games since, continuing he said 'While I'm getting games under my belt and enjoying it I'm happy to stay.'
Trundle will play his last game for the Whites tonight against Millwall unless his loan is extended.
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