Paul Dixon looks south as he confirms he will leave Dundee United
Full back pledges to give "110%" in final games to get Terrors third place in SPL.
Dundee United full back Paul Dixon has confirmed he will be departing Tannadice this summer.
The 25-year-old left back’s contract is up at the end of the campaign after making more than 100 appearances in four years in tangerine.
Dixon would like to try his hand at a club in England and said that even qualification for the Champions League qualifiers for the Terrors would not change his mind.
Speaking to the Daily Express, former Dundee player Dixon said: “I think I’ve made my mind up to be honest that I’ll be moving on at the end of the season, even if we get into the Champions League.
“I’m still a Dundee United player and I’ve got three games left in which I’ll be giving 110%. I would like to go to England but obviously that depends on having offers to go down there.”
Now the former Scotland Under-21 cap wants to bow out by delivering Peter Houston’s men into the qualifying stages for Europe’s premier competition - a slot available in third place this season due to Rangers’ ineligibility.
Dixon added: “It’s not very often you get the chance to play in the Champions League but we have a chance and we’re fully focused to try and do that.
“Other than winning the league, there’s not much more that could be done at a club like Dundee United.”