Leeds United boss Neil Warnock could welcome back striker Ross McCormack to the squad for the game at Millwall on Sunday.
McCormack hasn`t featured for Leeds since chipping a bone in his ankle at Cardiff City in September and the return of last season`s leading goalscorer would be a huge lift for Warnock, whose side have gone six games without a win.
Warnock doesn`t want to rush back the striker who only returned to full training last week but with Leeds misfiring in attack, he is tempted to involve him in some way at the New Den on Sunday.
Speaking on LUTV, Warnock said, “Ross McCormack has trained with us this week and he has looked almost back to his old self.
“It is tempting to involve him but we will have to wait and see if it is a possibility.
“Just having him on the bench would be a big plus for me.”
McCormack scored the only goal of the game the last time the two met at Millwall in March as he finished the season with 19 goals.
His form last season earned him a recall to the Scotland squad this season and he scored in his comeback game against Australia.
The 26 year old had scored twice for Leeds in six games this season before the injury at Cardiff that has seen him miss the thirteen games.
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