Queen of the South reject Dundee bid for Bob Harris
Harris has been made captain at Palmerston Park this season
Queen of the South have rejected a bid from Dundee for captain Bob Harris.
The Tayside club, managed by former Queens boss Gordon Chisholm, had tabled £30,000 plus one of four players in exchange for the left-back.
However, the Doonhamers are not interested in the terms offered by their First Division rivals.
"There will be no deal until the price is right - he's not leaving us for two bob and a doughnut," manager Kenny Brannigan told the club website.
Brannigan does not want to lose his 22-year-old skipper to a team in the same league and believes Harris should be setting his sights higher than Dundee.
"I think Bob Harris is a far bigger player than Dundee," he told BBC Scotland.
"If he wants to go and make a genuinely good living from the game, then I think he has to go south.
He's not leaving us for two bob and a doughnut
Queen of the South manager Kenny Brannigan
"He's only a kid but he's a right good leader and he plays with good aggression.
"We all want him to stay but there comes a level where, if the right money comes in, he has to go but we'd rather he went down south than stayed in Scotland, especially to another First Division side."
Glasgow-born Harris began his career at Clyde before signing for Queens in 2007.
"Kenny came and told me that Dundee had tabled a bid that doesn't meet the club's valuation, so that's it, basically," the defender told BBC Radio Scotland after Saturday's 5-1 win over Dumbarton in the Co-operative Insurance Cup.
"I'm just keeping my head down. I've got a job to do here at Queen of the South.
"It's nice to be linked with other clubs but I've still got a year left on my contract and I'll give everything for this club.
"I'm totally professional. Whatever happens off the park has nothing to do with me and as soon as I step over that white line it's 100% effort and concentration, and that's what I give in every game.
"With Chissy leaving it was a bit topsy-turvy at one point but I'm happy here."
Brannigan also revealed that former Queens player Eric Paton was one of the four players Dundee were willing to offer in part-exchange for Harris.
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