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LUFC Grayson - I wouldn't swap McCormack

Leeds United boss Simon Grayson says that striker Ross McCormack is one of the best in the Championship and he wouldn`t swap him for anyone.

McCormack lines up against his former club Cardiff City on Sunday having already netted on ten occasions this season, which make him the top scorer in the championship alongside Southampton striker Rickie Lambert.

The Scotland international struggled in his first season at Elland Road failing to score until the penultimate game of the season against Burnley.

He also netted in the last game of the season at Queens Park Rangers and he has taken that form into this season.

Speaking in the Yorkshire Evening Post, Grayson said, "He`s certainly proved his worth to us. At the moment I wouldn`t swap him for anyone because he`s one of the top strikers in our division. Hopefully he can get a winning goal against them."

McCormack has failed to net in his last two games but he will be hoping to get back on the goal trail against the club where he netted 30 goals in 88 games in just over two seasons.


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 29 2011

Time: 12:35PM

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What a difference six months make. Back in April he was being likenened to barn Door Billy. Now he's a world beater. Definitely a confidence thing when your a striker. I was hoping he would bring the last two games of last season into this but was worried after pre season, when he missed two penalties. His movement has been excellent this season as well as his goals and Keogh as been great for him, I don't think he would have scored as many if we were still playing one up front.
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