Defender returns to Bolton...
United boss Neil Warnock has confirmed he is unlikely to make Paul Robinson's move to Elland Road permanent.
The on-loan defender was omitted from the starting line-up against Leicester at the weekend and has now returned to Bolton Wanderers, where he will be available for the Trotters' final Premier League games.
"He had a slight stiff muscle but I saw the Leigh Bromby injury last week and I felt it wasn't right to play him," explained the boss.
"I don't think I'll be taking him next season and if that's the case then I didn't want him getting injured in a nothing game. I played young Zac in the middle and Pughy had to fill in at left back for one game."
The manager will be meeting his squad on Wednesday when he intends to announce who will be a part of his plans for next season and which players will be allowed to move on during the summer.
Over the past few weeks, Ben Parker and Mika Vayrynen have already left the club while loan man Darren O'Dea was told his move wouldn't be made permanent.
"You'll see my intentions on Wednesday in what I want to do," he said.
"I go away at the end of May for a couple of weeks and in my own mind I want to have at least three or four lads lined up by that stage.
"I'm not convinced it's all about money. Not in the Championship. Over the years I've not always had the best money around but I've never been far away. Even at Crystal Palace where I didn't have a pot for the proverbial. And we never spent a lot at Sheffield United.
"What we've got to use at Leeds is the advantage of the crowd. We've got to get pace into the side, power in the side, and we've got to get energy.
"We've got to get the crowd up and at them, not the other way round. At the minute they try and get us going."