Leeds United forgotten man Pawel Cibicki has declared his desire to return to Elland Road in an interview with Swedish media outlet Expressen.
Cibicki is currently out on loan at IF Elfsborg in the Swedish top flight and admits that his primary focus is with his loan club.
But he added that he wants to try again with Leeds. After watching Mateusz Klich return from loan and become a first-team star, Cibicki has his sights set on a similar route.
The 25-year-old striker, who can also play out wide, has two years left to run on his Leeds contract and wants to be successful in England.
Leeds snapped Cibicki up from Malmo after he impressed in Sweden. But he failed to replicate that form in England, managing 10 appearances and no goals.
Since then, he has spent a period of time out on loan at Norwegian top-flight side Molde, netting three times in 13 games, and now he is back in Sweden.
But his chances of breaking into the Leeds team are surely slim given Marcelo Bielsa’s impressive attacking options now.
And if Leeds win promotion to the Premier League, first-team opportunities will be even harder to come by. A permanent return to Sweden might be the best option for Cibicki.