Despite returning to favour as Leeds United's first choice-striker, David Healy still looks certain to leave Elland Road before the transfer window shuts at the end of the month.

Three Premiership clubs are interested in signing the Northern Ireland international.

Watford manager Adie Boothroyd knows Healy well from when he was assistant to Kevin Blackwell and has long wanted to lure the Irishman to Vicarage Road, while Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock is favourite to clinch the deal, especially as he could include Steve Kabba in any deal.

The latest manager to show an interest is Paul Jewell at Wigan.

The former Bradford City boss has been rebuffed by West Brom in his attempts to re-sign Nathan Ellington and is now likely to turn his attention to Healy.

Harrogate-born defender Andy O'Brien, who has lost his place at Portsmouth since the arrival of Sol Campbell, is the latest player to be linked with Leeds, although the south coast club would like to keep him in their squad.

Meanwhile, Birmingham City have agreed to pay a refund to fans who bought tickets for last Saturday's postponed game but don't want to use them for the re-arranged match on February 27.

The Midlands club have also agreed to refund money paid out for official coach trips but have made no decision so far about fans who paid private, non-returnable travel fares.

Fans wishing a refund should contact the Leeds United ticket office with their ticket before Saturday 24 February.