Kyle Lafferty could be on his way out of Norwich City after admitting he needs regular first-team action ahead of next summer’s European Championships.
The forward played an integral part in Northern Ireland’s qualifying campaign, scoring seven goals as the country reached a major tournament for the first time since 1986.
However, Lafferty has appeared only twice for the Canaries this season and says he will hold talks with manager Alex Neil on his future, with Leeds expected to make a January bid.
“I know that I will need to play football in the new year and going into the Euros,” Lafferty told the Yorkshire Post.
“It is difficult at my club at present with not playing, but I will keep training and working away in the hope I get my chance.
“I’m going to have to sit down with the manager in January and have a discussion with him.”