BOTH Celtic and Rangers are keen to sign Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes, according to reports.

The Livi forward, 24, who scored 12 goals in 33 games last season, is also receiving interest from the English Championship.

Stoke City, Middlesbrough, Millwall, Wigan, Blackburn and Barnsley are all understood to have registered their interest in Dykes.

League One side Sunderland are also keeping tabs, but their current financial situation could be an issue when competing against the rest for his signature.

The Daily Mail report that the Lions have now slapped a £2m price tag on Dykes with the Australian born striker expected to leave the club this summer.

Dykes is still to decide whether his international future lies with Australia or Scotland.

The Aussie born target man is eligible to play for both, but he is yet to make up his mind.

Speaking in March, he said: “Whoever wants to come and speak to me then I am obviously open to speaking to them both and seeing what happens. But I am only thinking about a top six finish for Livingston and anything above that is a bonus.

"It's not something that's come to my mind yet. I've been focused on Livingston and trying to do well and whatever happens, happens.

"International squads are announced in two weeks I think and obviously I would love something to happen. But you know as much as me.

"It's news to me that Australia were here watching me. Hopefully, I impressed them.

"It would be a dream to play internationally for any footballer. It's one of those things that it has to come to the table. I am in the dark about it. I've just got to see what happens.

“Hopefully, I could kick on at international level too. I think I have got a lot more to my game because I want to reach the highest possible level."