Wolves' Andy Keogh keen on permanent move to Leeds
Wolves striker Andy Keogh would like to make a permanent move to Leeds United when his current loan ends.
Keogh, who has fallen down the pecking order with Premier League Wolves, is due to return to Molineux at the beginning of January.
But the 25-year-old Republic of Ireland international appears settled at Leeds, having made 21 appearances, scoring twice, since signing on loan in August.
"I love the club and, in an ideal world, I'd like to stay," said Keogh.
"My agent will start speaking to them soon, and to Wolves, and we'll just go from there," he told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Keogh has found his chances at Wolves limited since their promotion to the Premier League, having also had loan spells with Cardiff City and Bristol City.
But, should he leave Wolves permanently, Keogh, who first joined Leeds at 16 before leaving for Scunthorpe in 2005, says his preferred destination would be Elland Road.
"I'll listen to what they have got to say," he said. "Leeds are a great club.
"It's the first club I signed for as a youngster and holds a place in my heart.
"I'm really enjoying my time here and it's a great dressing room. We've also got a really good chance of going up."