Defender pays tribute to support...
Departing defender Paul Robinson has paid tribute to the "Premier League" support offered by Leeds United fans.
Paul's loan spell comes to an end after Saturday's clash with Leicester City - he will be available for Bolton's Premier League survival battle when he returns to the Reebok - and the defender says he has been stunned by the level of support from the United fans.
"When you see what support this club has and how many go away, it's incredible," he said. "They deserve to be in the Premier League. It's a Premier League club with Premier League fans and they support the team unbelievably.
"Look at last Saturday at Cardiff and to see the fans singing and dancing for 90 minutes is fantastic. It does give the players a lift.
"There's only one game left now, and it'll be tough because Leicester are a good side, but it'd be great if we could finish on a high note for the fans."
Paul has made 10 appearances since joining from Bolton and admits he will look back on his time at Leeds with mixed emotions.
"It has been frustrating because my aim was to help the club get promoted to the Premier League and I haven't achieved that so it's disappointing for me to go away on a sad note," he said.
"But I've met some great people here and whatever happens next year will be. I've enjoyed every minute of it.
"It's not often you find a dressing room where everyone gets on as well as they do here. They are a great bunch of lads and it'll be sad to leave."
United manager Neil Warnock has yet to give any indication whether he is likely to pursue to the signing of the defender on a permanent basis.