Date:Thursday July 1 2010
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson has been quick to quash rumours linking him with the vacant managers job at Leicester City.
Grayson has just guided the club he`s supported since a boy back into the Championship and doesn`t see himself anywhere else at this moment.
Speaking in the YEP, Grayson said,: 'I've just got a team into the Championship and it's the football club who I support. I've got a job to do here.
'I'm flattered by the speculation but I'm certainly committed to being at Leeds United for a lot longer than this.'
Grayson started his playing career at Elland Road before being released and joining Leicester City, he spent five years at Filbert Street making almost 200 appearances.
So far in his managerial career he`s guided Blackpool to the Championship in 2007 via the play offs before joining Leeds in December 2008.
In his eighteen months in charge he`s led the side back to the Championship after finishing runners up to Norwich City in League One.
He`s also led the club to a number of new club records as well as the famous victory at Old Trafford against Manchester United in the FA Cup earlier this season.
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Date:Thursday July 1 2010
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