O'Brien unsure on future
Andy O'Brien admits he has an uncertain future and is not ruling out a permanent move to Leeds.
Last Updated: 03/11/10 5:43pm
Defender Andy O'Brien admits he has an uncertain future and is not ruling out a permanent move to Leeds United.
The 31-year-old stopper is currently on loan at Elland Road having found first-team opportunities hard to come by at parent club Bolton Wanderers.
O'Brien started in the Championship clash with Scunthorpe at the weekend, replacing Neill Collins in Simon Grayson's line-up.
He is only with the Whites for one month but will be a free agent for the first time in his career next summer and is assessing his options.
"I've had a frustrating time at Bolton but I'm really grateful for the opportunity here - first and foremost to Leeds but also to Bolton for letting me come," he told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
"I suppose to a certain extent I'm in control of my own destiny in the sense that in six or seven months' time I'll be available on a free transfer.
"It's the first time in my career and also the first time I've ever been out on loan, but of all the clubs to come to, it's a massive honour to be at Leeds."
O'Brien will be expected to feature when Leeds travel to the Ricoh Arena to face Coventry City on Saturday.