Jermaine Beckford confirms he wants to finish his career at Leeds United

Jermaine Beckford of Leeds United gestures during the Coca Cola League One match between Leeds United and Bristol Rovers at Elland Road on May 8, 2010 in Leeds, England.

Jermaine Beckford spent four years at Leeds United and became and Elland Road hero during his first stint.

Jermaine Beckford of Preston North End reacts during the warm up prior to the EFL Cup fourth round match between Newcastle United and Preston North End at St James' Park on October 25,...

Jermaine Beckford has confirmed on Instagram that he wants to return to Leeds United and finish his career at Elland Road.

Beckford is a Leeds hero, after his first stint back at Yorkshire club back in 2006.

Beckford’s partnership with Luciano Becchio has gone down in Leeds’ folklore, as the pair helped the Whites earn promotion from League One.

Jermaine Beckford of Leeds United gestures during the Coca Cola League One match between Leeds United and Bristol Rovers at Elland Road on May 8, 2010 in Leeds, England.

Beckford spent four years at Leeds, scoring 85 goals in 152 appearances, before making a switch to Everton.

The striker is now 34 and playing with Bury in League One, but he has suggested that a return to Leeds would appeal to him.

Beckford may be reaching the twilight of his career now, but he has shown that he still has an eye for goal.

The London-born striker has hit eight goals in 15 appearances for Bury at League One level.

Leeds are likely to be looking for a new striker in the summer transfer window, but whether Beckford will be a player on their radar remains to be seen.

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