LIVINGSTON have reportedly rejected a £1 million bid for striker Lyndon Dykes from English Championship side Barnsley.

According to STV's Raman Bhardwaj, the Lions have rebuffed an approach from the Oakwell outfit as they value the player at around the £2 million mark.

Rangers have been credited with an interest in the 24-year-old this summer, with Steven Gerrard keen to add another forward to his squad ahead of the Premiership's resumption on August 1.

Dykes enjoyed a superb start to top-flight football after sealing a move from Queen of the South last summer, finishing the campaign as Livi's top scorer with nine league goals in 25 appearances and eight assists.

That form has led to calls from some for a Scotland cap for the Australian-born striker but as it stands, Dykes is yet to commit to either nation at international level.