Walsall Manager Sean O’Driscoll has denied claims that The Saddlers have rejected a transfer bid for striker Tom Bradshaw according to The Express and Star.

It had been rumoured that Birmingham City had made a bid for the striker however O’Driscoll confirmed that he was unaware of any transfer offer being made to the club.

The 23 year old has been in excellent form for Walsall this season scoring 12 goals in 25 games as The Saddlers have mounted an unexpected promotion push in League 1. Bradshaw’s form has attracted attention from a number of Championship clubs with Huddersfield Town and Birmingham City both said to be interested in signing the striker.

The Shrewsbury born striker started his career at Aberystwyth Town before signing for his hometown club for a reported £30,000 transfer fee. Bradshaw scored 17 goals in 98 appearances for The Shrews before moving on to current club Walsall for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £50,000.

Bradshaw has been a success story at The Banks Stadium, scoring 32 goals in just 62 appearances for the club. The club are desparate to hold on to their prized asset to enable the club to continue their promotion push.

The striker has also represented Wales at Under 19 and Under 21 levels.

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