Paul Robinson said he 'felt wanted' after the club was sold to him by chairman Daniel Levy and David Pleat.
The England goalkeeper was unveiled at Spurs Lodge this morning after we completed the deal to sign him yesterday.
"I'm very pleased to be here," said Paul. "The club made me feel very wanted. The chairman and David Pleat sold the club to me well and as soon I met them I knew this is where my future would be.
"It's been a very unsettling time at Leeds over the last six months or so, there has been a lot of speculation about my future and I'm delighted it's all been sorted out.
"I've got my family to think of as well so it was nice to be able to plan for the future.
"There is a nucleus of a great squad here. A couple more signings and I'm sure we can push for a UEFA Cup place next season."
Look out for more from Paul later today...