Grayson 'committed' to Leeds

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Leeds boss Simon Grayson has quashed speculation linking him with the vacant manager's job at Leicester.

Nigel Pearson left the Foxes to join Hull earlier this week, with Grayson, Swansea boss Paulo Sousa and Hamilton manager Billy Reid among the names being touted as his possible successor at the Walkers Stadium. But Grayson, who guided the Yorkshire outfit to automatic promotion last term, has no intention of quitting the Elland Road club.

He told the Yorkshire Post: "I've just got a team into the Championship and it's the football club who I support. I've got a job to do here. I'm flattered by the speculation but I'm certainly committed to being at Leeds United for a lot longer than this."

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