By Amir Mir
Alfonso Pedraza has sent a Twitter message ahead of the season finale against Wigan on Sunday afternoon – and fans have urged him to sign a permanent contract.
The 21-year-old is currently on a loan deal at Elland Road until the end of the season and supporters want him to still be at the club next season.
Pedraza has not produced the performances he may have liked, scoring only one goal since making the switch from La Liga outfit Villareal.
Despite this, supporters want to see the attacker given another chance for the following campaign, with 0ne fan stating that a pre-season under his belt would do him wonders.
He has the opportunity to impress his supporters for the final time this term when his team travel to already relegated Wigan on Sunday.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Be great if u could come back next season you'd really benefit from a good pre season with us followed by a full season good luck Tomorrow👍👍
— Kenny Brown (@kennybrown1964) May 5, 2017
Hope you sign with us!
— Haydn Fox | TownNation (@TownNationYT) May 5, 2017
Not been a bad loan lad hopefully you will get another season ⚽👍🌏MOT
— GHoward (@gavlarr80) May 5, 2017
Hopefully you will sign permanently if not good luck for the future
— Adam Weston (@textmaniac78) May 5, 2017
— Josh 💙💛 (@superleedsmacca) May 5, 2017
Hope that clause doesn't stop us from signing you, your class alf
— Ben (@BenLUFC_) May 5, 2017
Defo need to sign you permanent alfonso, enjoy tomorrow #MOT
— Freddie 💙💛 (@FredLeedsfc) May 5, 2017
Great attitude Alfonso, you've given your all and clearly you're talented! Just sign a deal and take us up!
— Dan (@DanThorneTA1) May 5, 2017
Garry Monk’s team suffered four defeats during the month of April which all but ended their hopes of finishing in the top six.
Furthermore, Monk is yet to sign a new contract with the club as his current deal is set to expire in the summer.
The highly-rated coach has won many plaudits for the job he has done at Elland Road following his appointment in the summer.
Monk has changed the fortunes around at the Yorkshire side guiding them from Championship strugglers to promotion hopefuls.
Therefore, it is no surprise that the majority of the fanbase want Monk to sign a new deal with Pedraza a player they are seemingly willing to give an opportunity too.