​Swedish striker Marcus Antonsson has claimed that he has no intentions of leaving Leeds United this summer. 


Having come from Kalmar FF, where he bagged ​10 goals in 12 games, you'd have thought he would have had a similar impact in the Championship, however that hasn't been the case.


Garry Monk has used Antonsson as a bit part player this season as they focus on maintaining their surprising rise in the Championship. The Swede has ​managed only one goal in six starts this season in the league, coming off the bench a further 10 times.

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There have been rumours of the 25-year-old making his way back to the Allsvenskan, in his native country's top league, however, he is still confident that he has something to offer Garry Monk and his side.


 "The signals I have received from Leeds are that they believe in me, they know what I can do", the forward told Swedish website Barometern.

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"I'm not going to the Allsvenskan now.


"It is clear that clubs look if you play or not and, and as I've said, the situation looks worse from the outside, then there will be clubs who ask about my situation.


"What I can say is that there have been a lot of enquiries."

With Chris Wood keeping fit and in form of his life it's hard to see where Antonsson will come in for Monk as Leeds United play with one forward up top. 


However, with games coming thick and thin, the big Swede will look to take his chances when presented with the opportunity.