Leeds United defender addresses his future.
Leeds United defender Stephen Warnock insists he is 'very happy' at the club.
Warnock had been an ever present until being dropped to the bench over the past two matches, and this led to The Sun reporting he had made a complaint to the PFA over his omission from the side.
This, Warnock insists is not true, telling SkySports Radio that the reports were mistaken.
"I think a lot has been made about it in the press of late. Myself, I'm very happy. I'm playing, the last two games I've not been in the team but that happens in football and that's part and parcel of it.
"I'm not too sure to be honest. I think a lot of people have put a few things together and come up with the wrong answer. My agent's from the PFA and maybe things along them lines have just got crossed."
Warnock had been of the Championship's most consistent defenders this season, but failed to impress new manager Darko Milanic during the 2-0 loss to Brentford, the Slovenian's first game in charge.
Now with the international break almost over with, he will hope to have earned Milanic's trust again for the fixture at Rotherham this weekend.