Leeds boss Warnock accepts Snodgrass wants Norwich move

Leeds United boss Neil Warnock admits there's little chance of dissuading Robert Snodgrass over a move to Norwich City.

Leeds United boss Neil Warnock admits there's little chance of dissuading Robert Snodgrass over a move to Norwich City.

Snodgrass won both Leeds fans' player of the year and players' player of the year awards for the 2011/12 season.

Warnock told the club's official website: "He's always said he wants to play in the Premier League, although I'm not sure it's a great move because I think another year would have suited him.

"But he's in the last year of his contract and players are in charge of the situation at that stage.

"The fans know that I'm doing everything I can and we have to make sure we cover the loss of Rob. We do need a couple of quality signings and we're talking to a number of prospects at the moment.

"Unfortunately you can't keep a player if he wants to go. You can do your best, but your hands are tied sometimes, and we've tried every way we can to get him to stay, but in the end it wasn't possible."

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