Stuart Dallas has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that he loves it at Leeds United, even though this season has been tough.
Dallas joined Leeds from Brentford last summer, and he has gone on to play an important role in the Whites’ team.
The Northern Ireland international has featured in all but one of the Championship matches that Leeds have played so far this term.
And although the 24-year-old admits that he has faced challenges at Elland Road this term, he insists that he is enjoying his time playing for the Yorkshire club.
“I love it here but it’s been tough this season,” he said. “It’s always tough, no matter where you play, if you’re not winning.”
Dallas’ commitment has been very obvious throughout the campaign, and he has become regarded as one of Leeds’ hardest working plays.
The wide-man’s final ball has been questioned on occasions, though, as he has only scored four times.
Steve Evans has stated that Dallas has been working on scoring more often in training, and the signs are that he has started to make some improvements.
Dallas was Leeds’ goalscoring hero in their last match against Birmingham City, when he hit both their goals in a 2-1 victory at St. Andrews.
That victory ended a four match winless run for the Whites, and pushed them up to 15th in the Championship table.