LIVINGSTON have knocked back an approach from an unnamed English Championship side for striker Lyndon Dykes.

The 25-year-old enjoyed an excellent debut campaign in the top flight last season, scoring nine times and laying on eight goals for his team-mates in 25 Premiership appearances.

That form has not gone unnoticed, though, with the Lions previously rejecting two seven-figure bids for the target man.

The first, from Burnley - believed to be around £1 million - was refused, with Livi reportedly holding out for around £2 million for their talisman.

Another approach that followed was booted out by the West Lothian club, and now a third bid from an English Championship team for the Australia-born forward has also been knocked back.

Dykes' contract at the Tony Macaroni Arena runs until the summer of 2022, with the former Queen of the South striker getting on the scoresheet during his side's 4-1 home defeat to Hibernian on Saturday.