Bradley Johnson has been attracting interest from a number of clubs reports Sky Sports News.

Johnson has been the subject of a well-documented contract debate with Mr. Chairman, Ken Bates. With his current deal ending in the summer and no transfer being arranged in the January transfer window, there is a strong possibility that Johnson may leave Elland Road at the end of the season.

When his future was initially put in doubt, there was a lot of concern about Johnson’s commitment to the club. His recent performances have done a great deal to win back support from fans but have also served to attract interest from West Brom and Nottingham Forest, according to Sky Sports.

In January he was linked with a host of Premier League clubs including Bolton, Stoke and Wigan. What seemed a ludicrous suggestion at the time, does seem slightly more possible now, not least because his profile will have been raised after his wonderstrike against Arsenal, broadcast on ITV.

With cover short for central midfield it would be nice to see Bradley Johnson get a contract extension, especially after his recent performances. Hopefully he will see that West Brom and Nottingham Forest aren’t necessarily a step forward for his career.

The situation will surely be reassessed at the end of the season and the outcome with depend on the situations of Leeds and all interested parties, potential replacements available to Grayson and ultimately the wishes of Johnson and his agent.