The defender has joined up with Stockport County till the new year.

Leeds United youngster Ross Killock is one of the talented players at the club whom the club hope might make it in the first-team.

The 21-year-old central defender, who can also play at right-back or in midfield has been suffering with an injury in recent times but he has been back in training recently – hoping to break into the Leeds United first-team.

Now he has been sent out on loan.

It was confirmed that Killock had joined Stockport County on loan until January.

The 21-year-old has previously spent time on loan at Alfreton Town, Halifax Town and Chester City and will now hope to help Stockport to success against Chorley in their National League North match tomorrow – as The Hatters look to gain promotion.

He is clearly happy with the move, sending this tweet earlier today:

The former Football League team have fell on hard times recently and will hope the arrival of a Leeds talent can help them in their ambitious plans for the season.

He will be playing with the likes of former Leeds players Andy Robinson and Paul Connolly as well as Kayode Odejayi, Dale Tonge and Abdulai Bell-Baggie – all Football League regulars.

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