Although not among the original entries for the Thursday feature, Gold Tweet shot towards the head of the market for the three-mile Grade One when becoming France's first Graded winner at Cheltenham in 18 years on Festival Trials Day.
Sent off a rather unfancied 14/1 for the Cleeve, he travelled strongly into contention in the hands of Johnny Charron before scooting clear of the game Dashel Drasher after the last to record a taking three-length victory.
Connections were initially lukewarm about returning to Prestbury Park, but Leenders has now signalled his intention of stumping up the £14,787 supplementary fee for Gold Tweet to take part in the March 16 event.
He said: "We have no problem supplementing him for the Stayers' Hurdle, the race on the Thursday.
"I'm very excited and it is a dream for me and all my team.
"It's a better level race and the Irish horses are a different quality I think.
"We will come like last time, relaxed and we will see. If he has a good chance then we are happy, but we are relaxed. We won last time but now the race is better."