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Last Updated: Wednesday, 8 March 2006, 12:01 GMT
Inverness angry with speculation
Craig Dargo and Dennis Wyness celebrate
Dargo (right) has been in great form for Inverness
Inverness manager Charlie Christie has hit out at reports linking Darren Dods and Craig Dargo with Dundee United.

Former Caley Thistle player-boss Craig Brewster is now in charge at Tannadice.

Christie said: "These are level-headed guys but the stories coming out of Dundee could be unsettling and I'd be disappointed if this was deliberate.

"Both are under contract for next season and it would need bids of well into six figures for each player for us to be remotely interested."

Brewster brought Dargo to the Caledonian Stadium in the summer and the former Kilmarnock striker has hit 17 goals this season.

Ex-Hibs and St Johnstone defender Dods moved to the Highlands in the summer of 2004 and has been a key player in the club's recent success.

"Coming here's been great for Craig and Darren and it makes sense for them to stay," added Christie.


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