Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has revealed he is weighing up a January move for Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara.

The Finland internationalist has entered the final five months of his two-year contract at Dens Park and is not short of admirers

Celtic, Rangers, Hearts and Hibernian have all been credited with an interest in the 23-year-old in the past, while Cardiff’s Welsh rivals Swansea are also reportedly keen.

Warnock, whose team are three points above the relegation zone in the Premier League, said: “I have always looked at Scottish football and he [Kamara] is a good player.

“He has had an up and down start to his career but he is one of a number of Scottish lads we have looked at.”

Kamara joined Dundee from Arsenal in summer 2017 and enjoyed a memorable maiden campaign north of the border after being named the club’s player of the year last term.

The player has made 19 appearances for the Dark Blues and four for his country this season, with his only goal coming in a UEFA Nations League victory over Greece last October.