Leeds United have signed Bolton Wanderers defender Paul Robinson on loan.The 33-year-old, who is predominantly a left-back, but can play anywhere across the back line, joins on an initial loan deal until April 9.Robinson arrives having made over 500 career appearances since starting out as a trainee with Watford.
He made almost 250 of those appearances for West Brom before joining Premier League Bolton in a £1m deal in January 2010 after impressing on loan.Paul, who was a regular in the Bolton side up until the turn of the year, has made 76 appearances for the club and has featured 20 times this season.Leeds boss Neil Warnock was delighted to complete the deal to bring the defender to the club."I've been looking to see if I can get one or two leaders in," he said."Paul is a player who I have had my eye on for a couple of weeks - since I came in - but for whatever reason we just couldn't quite get it over the line."Now we've been able to do that I'm delighted. This is a great club for him and it gives us a chance to have a look at him with a view to next season."Paul, who is eligible for Tuesday's clash with Hull and has been allocated squad number 33, becomes the new manager's second signing, following the recruitment of former Portsmouth utility man Danny Webber on an initial deal until the end of the season.
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