Leeds United boss Simon Grayson says Ross McCormack and Andy O`Brien will not be leaving the club.
The pair have been linked with moves away from Elland Road recently and Grayson says that he will not be letting either leave the club.
Scottish international McCormack has been linked with Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers after a good start to the season.
McCormack is the joint leading goalscorer in the championship this season with ten goals in total and he is not prepared to let, whom he describes as ‘one of the best goalscorers in the Championship` leave the club.
O`Brien made an impressive return to the Leeds side against Leicester City last time out after missing out since the opening day of the season.
The 32 year old experienced defender has been linked with a loan move to fellow championship side West Ham United but Grayson says he will not be leaving on loan. Speaking in the Yorkshire Evening Post, Grayson said, “I won`t be letting him out on loan. There are certain players who`ll be available on loan but Andy won`t be one of them.”
O`Brien replaced the suspended Tom Lees in the game at Leicester and he will be hoping to retain his place for the trip to Burnley today with Lees available again. Darren O`Dea is also back in contention after overcoming his head injury that as forced him to miss the last two games.
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