Bristol City striker Jonson Clarke-Harris has been in electric form for the Gas since joining from fellow League One side Coventry City in the January transfer window.

So much so, that he has been attracting interest from a host of Championship sides and earned himself the League One Player of the Month award for March. The Bristol Rovers striker is reportedly on the radar of second tier trio Hull City, Preston North End and Reading

Clarke-Harris’ inspirational form has seen him help Bristol Rovers in their battle to maintain their League One status. Since his arrival at the Memorial Stadium, he has bagged nine times in 13 games, including an impressive eight goals in the month of March alone.

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Now, speaking to Bristol Live upon winning the Player of the Month award, he has commented on reports linking him with a summer move to the Championship, insisting that he is not letting it get in the way of the job he has to do to help Rovers in their relegation battle.

“It’s all speculation, you can’t put anything on it,” the former Rotherham United and Coventry City striker said.

It doesn’t bother me, it just goes in one ear and comes out the other. I have got a job to be done.

“That is all I can actually comment on about that because I have nothing to say about it.”

Despite dismissing reports linking him with a summer move away from the club, with Championship sides calling, Bristol Rovers could face a battle to keep a hold of him, regardless of what division they are in.

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