On loan Leeds United attacker Modou Barrow has spoken about the possibility of him staying put at Elland Road beyond the end of the current campaign.
Despite Swansea City enduring a tough start to the season in the Premier League, Modou Barrow was one of the rare shining lights for the Welsh side and it was very surprising to see the Swans allowing the attacker to join Leeds United during the January transfer window.
Nonetheless, Barrow’s arrival to Leeds United on a loan deal till the end of the season was seen as a major boost for the Whites and although the Gambian international has not featured on too many occasions as of yet, he is certain to be crucial to the club’s push for promotion during the business end of the season.
Barrow insists he is a Swansea player
Considering that Barrow seems to be unwanted at Swansea and allied by the fact that the 24-year-old knows Monk very well, there is a distinct possibility that the ex- Östersunds FK man could make his stay at Leeds a permanent one.
Barrow has now gone on to speak about the speculation and has insisted that he is not thinking about his future as of yet before adding that he remains a Swansea player for the time being.
He told BBC Radio Leeds, “No no no I’m still a Swansea City player. I’m here on loan but for me right now here is important, because I’m here. The boss is working very hard to go up a division or reach the play-offs at least. So right now my focus is Leeds.”