Leeds United star Stuart Dallas insists he still does not regret deciding to join the Whites last summer, despite the club being sat in a lowly 15th in the Championship table.

The Northern Ireland international was signed from Brentford by former Whites boss Uwe Rosler, with the German looking to build a side competing at the top end of the Championship.

But the season has unravelled for Leeds, with Rosler sacked and Steve Evans appointed in his place; the Scot was tasked with ensuring Leeds do not go down.

Dallas does not regret deciding to jump ship to Leeds however and still rates it as the best choice he has made in football.

A fan on Twitter put it to Dallas that he must regret joining Leeds.


But the winger shot back: "As I've said before, best decision I've ever made."

Dallas will be hoping Leeds can put themselves back together in the summer and mount a genuine push for promotion in the 2016/17 campaign.

It remains to be seen who the Northern Irishman's manager will be with talk rife that Evans could be shown the door.