Leeds manager Neil Warnock has described new goalkeeper Paddy Kenny as the most important signing he is likely to make at Elland Road.
Kenny, 33, who has put pen to paper on a three-year contract after leaving QPR for an undisclosed fee, teams back up with Warnock, who was also his manager at Bury and Sheffield United.
"We've worked very hard with this one. It's taken some time to get over the line, but I think he's the most important signing I'll make while I'm at Leeds United. I rate him that highly and I think the fans will see why," Warnock told the club's official website.
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