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By ESPN Staff

Windass on the move

Hull City hero Dean Windass has admitted he would consider a move to Leeds United should he fail to break back into the first team.

Veteran striker Windass earned his place in club folklore with the goal that secured promotion to the top flight last season but he has since found opportunities limited.

The 39-year-old has made just one substitute appearance in the Premier League this term and, although he would like to stay with his hometown club, he wants first-team action.

"I'm still not getting a look-in for a starting spot, which is fair enough when the team are doing so well," Windass wrote in his blog.

"As the manager says, it's the players who pick the team.

"Once they're in possession of the shirt it's up to them to keep it, and I'm certainly not the only one who's getting frustrated on the bench."

Windass scored against Leeds in a friendly played behind closed doors yesterday and took the chance to speak to United boss Gary McAllister.

He added: "I want to make it clear that my priority is still to get back in the Hull team, but if Phil Brown tells me I can go, Leeds would definitely be a club I'd consider joining.

"Bradford also made an enquiry about me last week, but I think they couldn't afford to pay Hull's wages.

"So I'm still here and still battling for my place which is what I've always said I will do until told otherwise."

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