Ross McCormackFollowing today’s 5-0 win over Farsley AFC, Ross McCormack sought to put an end to speculation about his future by telling the Yorkshire Evening Post’s Phil Hay that he won’t be leaving Leeds United this summer.

The 26 year-old Scottish international said he’s told both his agent and Brian McDermott that he has no interest in leaving Elland Road, following reports of a £1m bid from Blackpool.

In other news, Brian McDermott spoke of a “key target” he’s been working on for some time now who he hopes to add to the squad in the near future.

McDermott gave no indications as to who the target may be, but the only player there’s been any proof of McDermott’s interest in is Peterborough United’s Tommy Rowe.

The last time Rowe’s name came up, Barry Fry (Peterborough United’s Director of Football) confirmed Leeds United’s interest but said an offer was yet to be received.

More from Brian McDermott post-Farsley below