Date:Wednesday February 11 2009
Loan defender Carl Dickinson says that he would like to stay with Leeds United past his one month loan deal if it means playing regular football.
The Stoke defenders loan deal runs out on the 17th of February and since his arrival at the club he`s helped Leeds to four victories in five games which as included three clean sheets.
Dickinson`s enjoying his football at Leeds and speaking on the Leeds official website said "I think I`ve done ok and I`m enjoying my football. I`m a Leeds player at the minute and that`s where I am. I`d rather be somewhere playing games."
Dickinson is confident that Leeds can force there way into the play offs and continuing he said "If we can keep clean sheets we can keep pushing up the League"
The 21 year old can be involved in the local derby at Huddersfield Town and the away trip to Hereford United before his initial one month loan deal runs out.
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Date:Wednesday February 11 2009
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