LEEDS manager Neil Warnock today brushed aside fresh speculation on his future at Elland Road.
Warnock moved to squash rumours that were circulating yesterday morning that he would leave the club this week.
But his plans to dramatically shake up United’s squad are effectively on hold as discussions take place on possible injections of funding.
Warnock is thought to be frustrated after failing to transfer in more players. so far his haul totals only Jason Pearce in early May.
He flew out to Monaco for lengthy discussions with Leeds chairman Ken Bates on Wednesday.
Warnock said: “The main thing I’m concentrating on is the squad and what we can do to strengthen.
“I know what I’m looking to achieve before the start of the season to give us the opportunity of finishing as high as we can and that process is ongoing.”
Leeds are in the market for QPR goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, Derby’s Paul Green and Leicester full-back Lee Peltier.