Date:Wednesday January 20 2010
Former Leeds United striker David Healy says he would welcome a return to the Yorkshire club if they were to show an interest in his services.
Healy who is currently at Premiership side Sunderland doesn`t seem at the front of manager Steve Bruce`s plans having made just six starts for the Black Cats so far this season.
The 30 year old who played for Leeds between 2004 and 2007, scored 29 goals in 111 appearances.
Speaking on BBC Sport Healy said 'If there was a club I was ever going to go back to play for, it would be Leeds. I have huge affection for the club.'
Despite Jermaine Beckford committing himself to Leeds for the rest of the season having withdrawn his transfer request earlier this week, manager Simon Grayson continues to be linked with a number of strikers.
Healy has struggled at club level, but has a phenomenal record with Northern Ireland, scoring 35 goals in 78 appearances.
He was the leading goalscorer in the European 2008 qualifiers, including the winner against England in a famous 1-0 win at Windsor Park.
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