Dundee eye Wrexham star

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Dundee have been linked with a move for Wrexham's highly-rated wing back Carlos Edwards.

The 25-year-old Trinidad & Tobago international has been linked with a number of clubs in recent months including Norwich City, Wigan, Sunderland and Leeds.

The financially troubled SPL outfit are now said to be considering a move for the man described by Sheffield Wednesday boss Chris Turner as 'the best wing back outside the Premiership.'

Dundee are believed to be considering making moves for players for the first time since they were placed into administration, and Edwards could be one of the first they enquire about. 

However, despite talk of a possible move - Edwards insists he is concentrating on Wrexham.

"I don't think there's been any secret that there has been some interest," he said.

"But I have never let it get to me.

"If anything comes about, I'll sit down and listen, but it will take a lot to get me away from Wrexham.

"I've been here for four years and I'm settled. There is no point thinking about anything else.

"To be honest these are exciting times."

The player's agent Mike Berry also told skysports.com, that Edwards was settled at Wrexham.

"There is interest in him, but he is settled and doing really well at Wrexham - hence the interest," he said.