Bristol City assistant boss Dean Holden says he is in the dark over Leeds United's rumoured interest in winger Callum O'Dowda.

Leeds, who have been rocked by the spygate controversy over the last few days, are looking to add a winger to the ranks in this month's transfer window as they bid to stay the course for promotion to the Premier League.

O'Dowda has emerged as a target, while Leeds have also been linked with Swansea City wide-man Daniel James.

But Bristol City assistant Holden insists that he has heard nothing about Leeds' interest in O'Dowda, who he admits has performed well in the current campaign.

Asked about Leeds' interest in O'Dowda, Holden told a press conference: "Not sure what that's about. Nothing I know about.

"Callum's done very well again this season."

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It remains to be seen how much Leeds would have to pay to convince Bristol City to part with O'Dowda in this month's transfer window.

The Robins are knocking on the door of the playoff spots in the Championship table, sitting just two points off sixth placed Derby County.