Ross McCormack eager for Leeds United stay

Ross McCormack celebrates scoring his team's second in the FA Cup fourth round tie against Tottenham on January 27, 2013
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Leeds United striker Ross McCormack reveals that he does not want to leave the Championship club.

Leeds United striker Ross McCormack has revealed that he is eager to stay at the Championship club.

The 26-year-old has recently been linked with a move away from Elland Road, with Queens Park Rangers among a number of teams reported to be interested in the Scot.

"At the minute there's a lot of speculation about me but I don't want to go," the Yorkshire Evening Post quotes McCormack as saying.

"The manager knows that, my agent knows that so it's all pretty clear. If anything, maybe something could happen with my contract."

McCormack scored eight goals in all competitions for Leeds last season.

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