Leeds’ fate in the Premier League is up in the air ahead of their last game of the season on Sunday despite them being currently above the drop zone.


The Whites are depending on other results to go their way as both Everton and Burnley have a game in hand over them and will be in action this evening.



Agbonlahor has been one of the vocal critics of Leeds since their promotion but he conceded that he still wants the Whites to survive in the top flight of English football.


He stressed that Leeds have been a good addition to the Premier League and he wants him in the competition as they had to wait too long to get back to the top flight.



The former striker said on talkSPORT: “I actually want them to stay up.


“I’ve had banter with Leeds over the last two years but I don’t know, they are fun in the Premier League and a lot of the rivalry with other teams.



“It took them that long to get back to the Premier League.


“I want them to stay in the Premier League.”


Leeds will need to beat Brentford on Sunday but even three points could not be enough to keep them in the top flight.