Leeds United were relegated from the Premier League on the last day of the 2022/23 season, following a 4-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

The Whites would have still dropped to the second division even if they had clinched three points against Spurs because of results elsewhere.

Rasmus Kristensen has now told Viaplay, relayed by Tipsbladet, that his future at Elland Road would be evaluated by Leeds after their latest disappointment.

“First of all, there is an evaluation of all players in the club. It’s a new situation for Leeds United, so first of all we have to find out who will be here. If someone points to me, I’m ready,” he said.

The 25-year-old joined the English club from Red Bull Salzburg last summer and signed a deal until 2027.

Although the transfer hasn’t gone as per his plans so far, the Denmark international has insisted that he’s open to playing in the Championship with Leeds next season. The right-back aims to continue at Elland Road unless he’s asked to move elsewhere or another opportunity were to be made available to him in the summer.

“I have a long contract left, and it may well be that it wasn’t what I had imagined. I must be the first to say that it was not,” Kristensen explained.

“The realities are such that we have to play in the Championship next season, and I intend to stand by the realities until I – if I – am introduced to some new ones. That is probably the best answer I can give now.”

Kristensen has managed three goals and an assist from 30 games in his debut season at Leeds. Earlier this month, the defender admitted he would like to return to FC Midtjylland in the future.