Leeds United captain Ross McCormack has insisted that he is happy at Elland Road, despite being linked with a return to Cardiff City, Sky Sports understands.
The Scotland international, who is currently the top scorer in the Championship, was the subject of a £4m bid from his former club during the January transfer window, though the offer was rejected out of hand by the Yorkshire club.
The Bluebirds were a number of clubs linked with a move for the 27 year old, who will now remain at Leeds to help get their season back on track after a tough few weeks on and off the pitch.
Having looked certain to leave at the weekend, manager Brian McDermott has returned to the club, and McCormack dedicated Saturday’s 5-1 win over local rivals Huddersfield to his the former Reading boss.
The striker’s hat-trick in that game took his season’s tally to twenty-one in twenty-eight league appearances.