Northern Ireland international Stuart Dallas spoke with the media after signing a new contract with Leeds United.

The versatile winger and full-back has signed a new four-year contract that runs until the summer of 2023.

Robert, who was in the league for Leeds this season, admitted he saw his future only with the whites.

"I'm overjoyed," said Dallas.

"The fact that the club sees me as an important personality and rewards me with a new contract makes me very happy.

"It's a good feeling to shape my future, I've been here for a while and there's no place I want to play."

"Here I call home, it's home to me, it's home to my family and I'm thrilled.

"When I came here, I knew how big the club was, but since Andrea Radrizzani and the changes since then, it has been incredible.

"It was a journey, we were in midfield at the beginning, but now it has changed massively, there is something to play every year and hopefully we can get what we want now.

"I started this season as a right-back and I feel like I'm getting stronger with every game and if I can stay injury free, I think I'll play a big role."

"Marcelo Bielsa has helped me a lot, his daily training is different from anything else and has really helped me.

"This is probably the best football I have played in my career, and we have a really healthy competition here that we need and that makes the team successful."