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Tottenham interested in Clyde starlet

Clyde manager Graham Roberts has confirmed Tottenham are showing interest in midfielder Craig Bryson.

The Premiership outfit are hoping to beat possible rivals, including Celtic, in the race to land the 19-year-old.

Bryson has become one of Scotland's top targets after a string of impressive performances and the Hoops are reportedly ready to offer him the chance to play in the Bank of Scotland Premier League.

But now Roberts has admitted Tottenham have joined his growing list of admirers.

'We'll have to wait and see what happens,' said Roberts.

'The boy is top notch. Through friends down south, I know Tottenham and other clubs are watching him.

'The boy deserves to go to a higher level. He's been playing exceptionally well in recent weeks, getting better with every game.'

Although speculation over his future is rising every week, the youngster insists he is only focused on Clyde.

'I've not heard anything so I'm just going to keep my head down and work hard,' said Bryson.

'I've got ambitions to play at a higher level, but right now I'm more interested in Clyde's results.'

Bryson opened the scoring for Clyde in the shock 2-1 Tennent's Scottish Cup third-round win over Celtic in January.

The teenager also hit the net in the CIS Cup tie with Rangers at Ibrox in September 2005, which the Bully Wee eventually lost 5-2 after extra-time.