Mo Barrow comments on Leeds loan and when he will talk about next season

General view inside the stadium before the game - Elland Road

The winger recently moved to Leeds United until the end of the campaign.

Kyle Bartley and Mo Barrow of Leeds United appeal to referee Jeremy Simpson for a hand ball

Leeds United winger Mo Barrow has been speaking to Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Adam Pope at a specially arranged meet-and-greet at the club’s superstore.

Barrow recently moved to Elland Road on loan from Swansea City and after substitute appearances against Huddersfield and Bristol City he will be hoping to make his first start in the upcoming clash with Bristol City.

Speaking on Thursday, Barrow said, “I know exactly what he (Garry Monk) wants. It’s really good to work with him again.

“Right now my focus is Leeds and helping the team do well. After the season I can talk about Swansea.”

That suggests Barrow does still see his long-term future at the Liberty Stadium, and he will be hoping a good second half of the campaign at Elland Road is enough to impress Swans boss Paul Clement.

Leeds have amassed a number of new wingers this season, with Barrow joining Alfonso Pedraza on loan in January, and on early evidence the Swansea man could prove to be the best of the bunch once he gets regular starts under his belt.

Leeds are currently fifth in the Championship table, six points clear of the chasing pack just below the play-off places.

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