The Northern Ireland goalkeeper has one year more remaining in his contract, but he wants to be a starter if he is to stay.
Bailey Peacock-Farrell has been playing professionally since 2015.
But the 22-year-old goalkeeper has not been featured in the Leeds United club as much as he would like.
Which is why, even with one year left of contract, he’s already thinking of quitting if he doesn’t play.
“If I stay at Leeds I’ll be staying at Leeds to play,” he told The Sports Mole.
“The two scenarios would probably be I’m staying at Leeds and I’m playing or I’ll have to be elsewhere I think.”
“They said they wanted to open discussions on a contract but that was two weeks ago and I still haven’t heard anything,” he said.
“But then they also said that last season. We’re a season gone and it still hasn’t happened. I don’t know what to make of it.”
“The aim is to be playing football, I have to,” he commented.
“I’m not one of those goalkeepers who could be content with sitting on the bench and picking up a wage.”