Most Monday morning's are boring and a drag to many people across the world, but for Leeds fans this morning there was some good news to help them start the week. Robert Snodgrass has assured the Leeds United faithful that he has no intention of leaving the Yorkshire club.
In recent months Snoddy's performances have just been getting better and better. He missed the opening eight games of the season after picking up an injury during pre-season. It has taken Snodgrass time to settle into the Championship, adjusting to the faster pace and supposedly more talented wing-backs. The midfielder has taken all of this in his stride and has been one of Leeds' best players this season, if not the best.
The 23 year old had a week to remember, being capped for the first time for Scotland, and scoring a superb solo effort to help Leeds secure a 2-0 win over Bristol City on Saturday.
Snodgrass has cooled the rumours speaking in the Yorkshire Evening Post, "They gave me my chance down here. If the club ever wanted to get rid of me then that would be up to them but I've got a contract here and I'm staying put."
In order for Leeds to progress they need to keep hold of the like's of Snodgrass, the news gives a boost to the club and hopefully Snoddy will continue his form right up to the end of the season.