Boss reiterates Snodgrass stance...
Neil Warnock has reiterated his desire to see club captain Robert Snodgrass remain a Leeds United player, despite confirmed interest from the Premier League.
Media reports on Monday claimed Norwich City had made a bid for the player, and the United manager confirmed an offer had been made for the Scottish international.
"It's been made public that they have bid, but from our own point of view it's not what we're looking for," he said.
"We'd like to keep Rob, and Rob knows that. Whether that will be possible we'll have to wait and see.
"It's difficult when players get their heads turned, but I'd like to keep Rob at the club and that's what I'm trying to do at the moment. Unless they come up with a valuation that the club thinks is satisfactory then that's what we want to do."
The United boss stated towards the end of last season that he wanted the Scot to remain at Leeds for "for one more year" or "at least until Christmas" after the offer of what he described as "a fantastic" contract. Robert was also made club captain in February, following the arrival of the new manager.