CHARLTON boss Karl Robinson believes there will be plenty of interest in winger Mark Marshall if he turns down City's contract offer.

Robinson is a confirmed admirer of the Bantams wideman, with speculation that the player is keen to move back to his native London.

Robinson told the South London Press: “Up until last week he was a Bradford player and he’ll go away and re-assess.

“There will be a number of teams in League One who will try and push for him.

“I do like him as a footballer and person but it’s got to fit within what we’re trying to do next season.

“Listen, we like him. But it’s not a case that we have spoken to him or anybody in relation to that deal. We have got a few others in the pipeline that we’re trying to get done first.”

City remain hopeful that last season's player of the year will put to pen paper and continue the impressive form he showed in helping them reach the play-off final against Millwall.

A peripheral figure in his first season after being signed by Phil Parkinson, Marshall flourished under boss Stuart McCall, winning the player of the year award.

Meanwhile, Bantams goalkeeper Colin Doyle has been named in the Republic of Ireland squad for their forthcoming matches.

Cork-born Doyle, who was twice called up by his country during the 2016/17 campaign, will make up part of Martin O'Neill's squad for Ireland's triple-header at the start of June.

They will play friendlies against Mexico (June 1) and Uruguay (June 4) before hosting Austria (June 11) in their latest World Cup qualifier.