Young Leeds United defender Ross Killock is looking for a loan move to play regular first team football.
The 19-year-old, a product of the Leeds United academy, is a regular in the development team but he is hoping for a loan move to gain valuable first team experience.
Speaking on the official website , Killock said, “The Under-21 games are good but it would be ideal if I can go out on loan.
“That way I would gain more experience in a first team environment then come back and see what happens.
“In my position at the back you come up against experienced guys in the lower divisions that have been around the block so it is good to get out and play.
“I went to Alfreton last season in the Conference Premier so if I could go higher that would be ideal but I`d be happy to back to the same level and just play regularly.”
The defender spent three-months on loan with Conference Premier Division side Alfreton Town last season where he made 17 appearances and winning many plaudits.
Leeds currently have Steve Morison (Millwall), Neil and Lewis Turner (Chester) and Ryan Hall (Sheffield United) out on loan from Elland Road.
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