Dundee United head coach Thomas Courts hopes ‘a bit of value’ has been added to Jamie Robson’s valuation, amid Sunderland transfer interest.

The left-back scored his first goal since 2017 to end Rangers’ 40-game unbeaten streak in the Scottish Premiership. His goal that secured Dundee United’s 1-0 win came off the back of a week filled with rumours that League One duo Lincoln City and Sunderland are pursuing his signature.

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Jamie Robson has attracted interest from Sunderland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Courts says the likes of Sunderland may have to stump up more cash to land Robson: “I would expect when I go in to see the chairman and sporting director that a bit of value has been added on to Jamie now. He’s an academy product and, as match winner, I thought he was absolutely colossal for us.

“To be fair, I had a weird feeling that we could actually win this game. I didn’t know where it came from and dare I say it I didn’t want to mention it to anyone because I think I would’ve looked foolish, particularly on the back of a poor performance last week.

“I just had a sneaky suspicion we were going to perform this week. Thankfully we did that for a monumental victory.”

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