Leeds United forward Patrick Bamford has revealed that he looks to remain at the club for an additional five years if granted the opportunity.
He has gone on to score 23 goals from 63 appearances across all competitions and the striker feels like he still has a lot more to offer at Elland Road.
Speaking to the Yorkshire Evening Post Bamford said: “I don’t think I’ve ever been at a club and been as settled in terms of the area, I’m close to my family.
"I love the club, the training ground, I love the lads. Everything about it is perfect.
“So for me, I would be delighted to be here for the foreseeable future in terms of the next five years and see what we can achieve.”
“I feel like this is the kind of club that when we do get in the Premier League, we’ll stay there and we’ll do all we can to get back to the heights that Leeds were once at.”