Date:Wednesday April 25 2012
On loan Leeds United defender Paul Robinson says he is unsure what the future holds for him at the end of the season.
Robinson is out of contract at Bolton Wanderers in the summer and he looks set to be released having not played for the Premier League club since early January.
He joined Leeds on loan in early March for the remainder of the season, becoming one of only two signings by manager Neil Warnock since his arrival in February.
The 33 year old has made ten appearances since his arrival but he is unsure whether he is part of Warnock`s plans for next season.
Robinson admits after years of travelling around the country playing football and his family based in the midlands area he has a big decision to make before agreeing a deal with any club during the summer.
Speaking on LUTV, Robinson said "I have enjoyed every minute of my time at Leeds and it has been a good place to be around.
"I have done a lot of travelling over the past few years and my family are based in the midlands.
"It will be sad to leave in the summer but I have a big decision to make. I have to sit down with my family and make a decision."
Robinson admits though, whilst he will be looking to put his family first an offer from Leeds United would be a hard one to turn down. "I will have to see what comes up. It is a massive club and a massive decision and it will be a difficult one to turn down if it was offered to me," added Robinson.
The defender made his debut at Middlesbrough and he quickly adhered himself to the Leeds fans with his tough tackling, no nonsense approach as Leeds came away that day with all three points in a 2-0 win.
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