Date:Sunday April 29 2012
Danny Webber says he would like to remain with Leeds United but is unsure whether he is part of Leeds boss Neil Warnock`s plans.
Webber was the first player brought in by Warnock following his appointment in February, after being without a club all season following his release by Portsmouth at the end of last season.
The 30 year old signed a short-term deal until the end of the season and he is expected to find out his fate over the next few days with Warnock expected to announce his retained list on Wednesday.
Webber says he would like to remain with Leeds having enjoyed his two months at Elland Road.
Speaking on LUTV, Webber said, "It`s the end of the season and we will have a chat and see where we are at, whether it is here or somewhere else. I have really enjoyed my time here and I would enjoy being here in the future, it is just a matter of whether I am in the gaffer`s plans.
"Normally the gaffer`s teams are fighting for promotion and it is what everyone wants here."
The winger/striker has made thirteen appearances since arriving at the club although most of them have come off the substitute`s bench.
He scored his first goal for Leeds in Saturday`s 2-1 defeat to Leicester City when he bundled the ball over the line from one yard out and he admits he would happily accept twenty of those a season. "I would take twenty of them every season. It was just nice to get it in the back of the net. I have had a long couple of years with injury and it was nice to score in whatever fashion it came,"
Webber has played for Warnock previously during their time together at Sheffield United.
He scored ten times as they secured promotion to the Premier League during the 2005/06 season.
His career has been hampered by injury in recent seasons and he made just 32 appearances for Portsmouth in two seasons with the south coast club before the released him last summer.
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Date:Sunday April 29 2012
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