LUFC Hall looking to establish first team place
Ryan Hall says he wants to establish himself in the Leeds United first team after agreeing to sign a two and a half year deal at Elland Road.
Hall signed for Leeds on loan in October from League Two side Southend United but he was short of match fitness after being frozen out of the side at Roots Hall.
The 24 year old has made just five appearances for the first team since his arrival and he is now looking to establish himself in the first team in the second half of the season.
Speaking on LUTV, Hall said, "It is a massive club to be with and I just want to get into the side and show everyone what I can do.
"It has been a great couple of months since I arrived here and I now want to establish myself in the first team."
Hall improved his fitness at Leeds starring for the development squad. He has netted six goals in four appearances for the development squad, including four against Derby County.
He has made just two starts for Leeds since arriving in the away games at Millwall and Derby County.
His biggest contribution since his arrival was his two assists at Huddersfield Town, where he came off the bench at 2-2 to help Leeds win 4-2.
Hall is the second player to commit himself to Leeds this month with El Hadji Diouf agreeing an 18-month deal earlier this month.
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