Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has confirmed there have been no bids for Rangers target John Lundstram.

Gers have been credited with an interest in the Englishman as Steven Gerrard continues to look at strengthening his midfield. But Blades manager Wilder has revealed, as far as he's concerned, Lundstram is happy to remain a United player.

Lundstram is heading into his final year on his contract and Rangers could potentially swoop in January for a pre-contract. But Wilder hopes his player sticks around. "There is no issue," Wilder said. "I have spoken with John at length in pre-season and I have a fully-committed player who pulls a shirt on and wants to give his best for himself and his team-mates and football club.

“Things change quickly and there’s obviously an offer on the table for John. I think John just wants to get on and play his football and see what happens and I am okay with that.

“He did great for us last year and he has got to play well to get in the team this year. There is no down side in him not leaving everything out there when he plays. We will just see how the situation develops and move forward.

“We haven’t had any enquiries or offers for John. I would be the first to tell him and his agent if we had. The first phone call would be to John and then our board and they would ask me what I think of it. But nothing has happened and there is nothing to report back on and John is out there training and trying to get in the team for Monday.”