Neil Warnock wants Robert Snodgrass stay

Robert Snodgrass
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Leeds United boss Neil Warnock urges Robert Snodgrass to remain at the club for at least one more season.

Leeds United boss Neil Warnock has urged key midfielder Robert Snodgrass to remain at the club for at least one more season.

The 24-year-old is reportedly keen to secure a move to the Premier League in the summer, but Warnock wants the £8m-rated playmaker to aid the club's promotion push next season.

"Snoddy is one player I would like to see at the club next season. We can build a team around him and that is what I want to do," Warnock told The Mirror.

"He is out of contract next summer and I have had talks with his agent about signing a new contract.

"I just want him to give me one full season to try to get the club promoted and if I don't do it, I would be happy to have a clause inserted in any new deal saying he can leave for a set fee."

Leeds currently occupy 14th spot in the Championship with four games remaining.

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