Livingston star Lyndon Dykes is still undecided on whether his international future lies with Scotland or Australia. 

And reports today have revealed that the 24-year-old striker has held conversations with both Steve Clarke and Graham Arnold about the possibility of linking up with their squads. 

The Livi frontman was born in Australia to parents who hail from Dumfries and he was set to make a decision on his country of preference ahead of the March international break.

But with the coronavirus crisis sweeping the nation, he admits that his decision can now be placed on the back burner.

Speaking to The Scottish Sun, he said: “I have spoken to the two managers but nothing is decided as of yet.

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“The gaffer at Livi played for Scotland, so I spoke to him about it as well.

“I also had a chat with James McFadden and Gary Naysmith who I worked with at Queen of the South and they told me their thoughts.

“I speak to my wife and family and at the end of the day it comes down to what you think is best for you and your family.

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“The future is hopefully going to be exciting with an international side.

“People talk about a tug of war between Scotland and Australia but the coronavirus has put a halt to everything, as it is far more important.”

The Livi frontman boasts an impressive 12 goals in 33 games record for the Lions.