Date:Tuesday October 20 2009
New loan signing Max Gradel is hoping to turn his one month loan deal into something more permanent.
Speaking on the official website Gradel said "Hopefully I can stay here because any player just wants to play so I would love that chance".
The Leicester midfielder was only announced as a Leeds player hours before the kick off and he became an instant hit with the fans after making a dramatic debut when coming on as a late substitute to help Leeds to a 2-1 win over promotion rivals Norwich City.
After being under pressure for most of the second half, the game changed dramatically after Gradel`s introduction with just over ten minutes remaining.
With his first touch, seconds after coming on, he almost played in Beckford and then came within inches of putting Beckford in on goal on a further three occasions.
His impact won him the club sponsors man of the match.
The 21 year old helped Leicester City to the League One championship last season making 24 appearances but he has yet to feature for the Midlands club in the Championship this season.
He is contracted to the Foxes until 2012 but sounds like he would welcome the chance of a move to Elland Road if offered to him.
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Date:Tuesday October 20 2009
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