CARDIFF City boss Steve Morison has refuted claims that clubs are targeting his star striker Kieffer Moore – but conceded that teams will always be keeping tabs on the Welsh international.

Moore cut his teeth on the doorstep of Cherries, with the 6ft 7in target man making a name for himself at Dorchester and Yeovil.

The Sun have reported the Dorset club would be interested in the towering striker “but a move may only happen if the price is right”.

According to the report, Cardiff still value the striker at £10million and were close to selling him to Wolves in the summer.

As reported on WalesOnline, Morison himself claimed that there had been no concrete bids so far, telling assembled press: "He's always going to have interest.

"He's a really good player. But he's out. He's injured. He needs to concentrate on just getting fit.

"If someone rings me up and tells me something different, we just carry on and we go from there.

"If you've got interest in your players, it's because you're doing something right.

"If someone scores 20 goals in the Championship, he's going to get interest. He's a really good player and he's Wales' number nine.

"So it's no shock.

"Also, if there is interest, it hasn't come to me. It hasn't come to the powers that be."

Moore is currently out with an injury sustained during Cardiff’s 3-1 defeat away at the Vitality Stadium in December.