Leeds United defender Alex Bruce is hopeful that his loan spell with Huddersfield Town will be turned into a permanent move in January.
Bruce made his debut in Huddersfield`s 1-0 home defeat to Bournemouth on Saturday and despite the defeat came out of the game with credit after a good personal display.
The 27 year old is hoping he can do enough during his loan spell, which runs to January, to earn a more permanent deal with the Terriers.
Speaking in the Yorkshire Post, Bruce said, “I`ve come here with my eyes wide open and if it leads to a permanent deal than great.
“But I`ll cross that bridge when I come to it. I don`t really know what the situation is at Leeds. So I`ve come here to play games and I`ll take it from there.”
Bruce has not played for Leeds since the 3-0 defeat at Swansea City at the end of February and missed the start of this season through injury.
He struggled to hold down a regular first team place during his first season at Elland Road after signing from Ipswich Town in the summer of 2010.
Bruce made 25 starts during his first season with Leeds and scored his only goal for the club in the 6-4 home defeat by Preston North End.
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