But while the Yorkshire outfit will have to wait at least another year before they make it to the top-flight, Taylor’s dream may well come true as early as this summer.
West Bromwich Albion have been keeping tabs on the left-back for a while now, and were close to completing a deal last year.
However, it looks as though Tony Pulis may finally get his man – who’ll be available on a free when his contract runs out at the end of the season.
The Welshman has been forced into fielding Allan Nyom and Chris Brunt on the left-hand side of his defence for much of this campaign – despite neither boasting much experience in that area of the field.
So we can be sure the Baggies will be on the lookout for a left-back when the transfer window opens – and Pulis will struggle to find better value than Taylor.
The 23-year-old has featured on 29 occasions for Leeds this season, providing four assists for his teammates. But a 3-3 draw against Norwich City last time out ensured the Peacocks would finish outside of the Championship play-off spots for yet another year.
Garry Monk’s men will be hoping to go one better next campaign – but will Taylor be around to play a part?
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