LIVINGSTON have rejected a further bid from Barnsley for Lyndon Dykes, according to reports.

The BBC say the English Championship side has made an improved offer for the Aussie striker, but it still hasn't met the demands of Livi.

A second side is also understood to have registered their interest in the 24-year-old.

Livingston are believed to value Dykes at around  £2million after he enjoyed a fine season last term, scoring nine league goals in 25 appearances with eight assists along the way.

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.