The experienced left-back has penned an 18-month deal at the promotion-chasing Championship after finding being deemed surplus to requirements at Villa Park
Aston Villa defender Stephen Warnock has joined Championship outfit Leeds United on an 18-month deal.
The left-back recently completed a three-month loan spell at fellow second-tier side Bolton, but joins Neil Warnock’s squad after having his contract mutually terminated at Villa Park.
Stephen Warnock was brought to Villa Park by Martin O’Neill after two years at Blackburn, but was unable to break into the first team under new boss Paul Lambert and will now look for opportunities at promotion-chasing Leeds.
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"I'm absolutely delighted,” Neil Warnock told his club’s official website. “Stephen has the experience I think we need in that position.
"He is a former international who, for whatever reason, has been allowed to leave Aston Villa.
"He's a player I've tried to sign a few times before and I'm pleased he turned down West Ham to come here."