Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer has responded to Oxford United's interest in Scotland defender Stephen O'Donnell.

The right back, 27, has reportedly turned down a move to Oxford after being the subject of a £200,000 bid.

United are hoping to sign a right back before the 11pm transfer deadline, but it is believed the former Luton defender did not want to move south again.

Dyer said: "There's no update on Stephen O'Donnell's situation. There was an enquiry for him yesterday but I spoke to him and he wants to stay at the club.

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"That's it as far as I know. But if that club comes back again today or another club makes an enquiry then we'll deal with that.

"But at this present time he wants to stay here and we'd be loath to lose him.

"He's one of the best full-backs in the country so we're glad that he wants to stay."