Alan Sheehan is confident he will be with a new club next season despite still being on the books at Elland Road.
Sheehan has just enjoyed spending the majority of the season on loan with League One side Swindon Town, who failed at the final hurdle to join Leeds in the Championship after losing the Play Off final 1-0 to Millwall.
The left back has been told he can look for a new club during the summer despite still being under contract at Elland Road.
Sheehan feels that he definitely has no future at Elland Road, Speaking on TeamTalk, Sheehan said, ‘I’ll be leaving Leeds, as long as Simon Grayson is there I won’t be there anyway. I’ll be happy to be leaving I suppose and move on with my career.
Since the arrival of Simon Grayson at Leeds, he not looked part of the manager`s plans and as also spent loan periods at Crewe and Oldham Athletic.
The 23 year old arrived at Elland Road in January 2008 and he was a key member of the side that reached the play off final, he missed the play offs though do to a sending off at Yeovil Town in the final away game of the season.
Sheehan started the 2008/09 season, as the regular left back, but once again a sending off was to limit his first team appearances under old boss Gary McAllister.
The former Republic of Ireland under 21 international isn`t ruling out a permanent move to Swindon but says that he will weigh up all his options before signing for anyone.
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