Loan Watch: Adam Clayton stars in play-offs Tim Hodge May 16, 2011 Loan watch 3 Comments Adam Clayton is the only Leeds player out on loan at the moment and the young midfielder played an important part in MK Dons’ 3-2 win over Peterborough in the League One play-off semi-final first leg. After being consigned to the bench for much of his loan spell, Clayton slotted into the Dons side effortlessly. A number of fans have named him as their man of the match for his workhorse like performance. He was on the pitch for the full ninety minutes and played a vital part in pulling the Dons back from a goal down. MK Dons fans will be hoping for an equally assured performance from Clayton when they play in the second leg on Thursday. He seems to be growing into his midfield role the more he plays and it certainly gives more hope for his future at Leeds. Thom Clayon played very deep for MK. Not sure he’d be able to do that for Leeds though. He’s a good neat passer of the ball and played a nice thru ball for MK’s 3rd goal. Would like to see him let of the lead a little more for MK. Middon Outstanding contribution policing the midfield on Sunday – broke up many of Peterboros build ups and rarely missed a fellow player when distributing. trueyorxman Going to be a space for him in our midfield before long if rumours re. Johnson are right.