Date:Friday April 27 2012
Leeds United midfielder Adam Clayton says he will be glad to get this season out of the way and hopefully finish the season on a high at Elland Road with a win over Leicester City on Saturday.
Clayton is also already looking forward to the summer and the rebuilding under manager Neil Warnock.
Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Clayton said, "I think everyone is looking forward to the last game and getting this season out of the way. It is going to be interesting this summer for everyone involved.
"Hopefully, we can come back a better squad and we can have a good go next year."
Clayton has enjoyed his breakthrough season at Elland Road, playing in 45 games for Leeds so far this season in all competitions.
The 23 year old is hoping that Leeds can end the season with a win over Leicester City on Saturday and he says that none of the squad wants to enter the Leeds records books by suffering their eleventh home defeat of the season, the most in a season by any Leeds side. "None of the lads will want to be a part of that. Hopefully we can get a good win at Elland Road and get the fans going and excited for next year," added Clayton.
Leeds opponents on Saturday Leicester, spent heavily last summer and were many people`s favourites to win the championship this season.
The foxes have never been in contention for promotion, after a poor start to the season under previous boss Sven Goran Eriksson and Clayton says it is not about spending lots of cash to get out of this league but bringing in the right players who can cope in the ever competitive championship..
Clayton continued, "People thought Leicester were going to run away with this league this year and it is not always the case. In this league, you do not know what you are going to get.
"It is not necessarily the better players that are going to win you promotion; I think it is getting the right players that will get you out of this league. It is a team league the championship and you have to get the right team to go up."
The midfielder scored the only goal of the game when the sides met at the King Power stadium in November and he will be hoping to finish the season on a high after netting six times this season.
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