LUFC Grayson contemplating Keogh move
Leeds United manager Simon Grayson is contemplating a move to sort out a deal with Wolvers for striker Andy Keogh.
The striker is currently on loan to the club from Wolverhampton Wanderers until the New Year.
Speaking in the Yorkshire Evening Post , Grayson said, "The better he does for us the more it`s something we`d like to consider but it`s probably too early to think about that yet.
"He`s got better and sharper and, as I`ve said before, he`s doing something right because he`s keeping Becchio out of the team. The moves he`s had in the past prove what a capable player he is, and he and Ross McCormack seem to have a great understanding."
The 25 year old, who actually started his career at Elland Road, has been an influential part of Leeds recent good form.
Keogh has played all twelve Leeds games since his debut against Hull City.
He scored only his second goal for the club, in the win at Peterborough on Saturday but his all round hard working performances have won him many admirers.
He has struck up a great partnership with fellow striker Ross McCormack and the pair are keeping fit again Luciano Becchio out the side at the moment.
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