McLeod anxious for move
By Graeme Bailey. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
MK Dons striker Izale McLeod is looking forward to the next move in his career, which he hopes will be sealed shortly.
Charlton, West Brom and Sheffield Wednesday are all being linked with bids for the transfer-listed front-man.
The former Derby striker is hopeful his future will soon be resolved.
"My advisor, Tony Finnigan, is looking after the situation," he told skysports.com.
"I know there have been a few things reported about who is looking after me, so I also wanted to underline that it is Tony and Wright, Wright, Wright - they have been for over a year now."
The 22-year-old is back in training with Milton Keynes, but he is hopeful he will soon be training elsewhere.
"Hopefully something will be done real soon," McLeod continued.
"I am keeping myself fit and I am raring to go.
"I need to prove myself at that higher level and I feel I am capable of doing it."
Meanwhile, Dons manager Paul Ince has decided against signing former Darlington keeper Sam Russell - who had been on trial at Stadium:MK.