Leeds United forward Pawel Cibicki has told the Swedish media he still wants a future with the Championship side.
Yesterday it was confirmed he will be joining Molde on loan for the season and will be joining up with Ole Gunnar Solskjær.
Speaking to Fotbollskanalen, the Leeds United player was asked if he planned to return to Elland Road: “Yes, Yes. It feels like I wasn’t ready, but I want to show that I’m a good football player. But then you need to play and I hope to get it here, and then we’ll see how it is at Leeds. But I think that with Bielsa it’s time to get back into the Premier League.”
Cibicki joined Leeds United last summer from Malmo but failed to make an impact in his debut season in England.
The former Sweden international played just a handful of games for the club and was expected to leave in this transfer window.
In January he was linked with a move to Brondby after holding talks with the Danish club, and more recently there have been reports linking him to Legia Warsaw after he was spotted watching the Polish club with his agent.
That trip was dismissed as a simple holiday and now the Leeds United owned player will be hoping to get his career back on track under. Solskjær.