Sheffield United are poised to open talks about extending Ryan Hall’s loan from Leeds, writes James Shield.
The winger is scheduled to leave Bramall Lane following the League One fixture against Port Vale.
But, after acknowledging he faces an uncertain future at Elland Road, Hall is expected to sign a new contract with United when his original month long agreement expires.
“All I want to do is play football,” Hall said. “Score some goals and get this club up the table.
“The rest isn’t really for me to decide. That will be for other people to sort out when the time is right.”
United first approached their Yorkshire rivals about Hall’s availability last season before eventually acquiring his services ahead of the recent meeting with Preston North End.
The 25-year-old, who turned professional at Crystal Palace, is set to make his third appearance for David Weir’s squad when they host Crawley Town on Friday evening.
“Ryan has come in and done really well,” Weir said. “We want him to continue in the same vein.”