LOAN WATCH: Leeds United’s Kisnorbo keen on Ipswich stay

Patrick Kisnorbo says he would love to remain on loan at Ipswich Town if it were possible.

Patrick Kisnorbo says he would love to remain on loan at Ipswich Town if it were possible.

The 31-year old Australian centre-back joined the Tractor Boys on a one-month loan from Leeds United at the beginning of January but is due back at Elland Road soon.

Kisnorbo feels he will not be given much of a chance by Leeds boss Neil Warnock and is hoping Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy finds a need him for him at Portman Road.

“Initially Ipswich wanted to take me in December and Leeds said no. But they came again in January and I am here now and got to play against Aston Villa in the FA Cup (a 2-1 loss), which showed the boss Mick McCarthy that I am fit and can still perform at a good level,” he told The World Game.

“It was just good to play again. I didn’t play last weekend but I have two more matches left here of my loan spell and it is good to be at a club where the boss likes you and has faith in you. It’s been a breath of fresh air.”

He added regarding a loan extension: “That’s out of my hands but if the gaffer here wants that and Leeds are happy then that would be fantastic.”

 
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