Lyle Taylor is on the shopping list of a host of League One and Championship clubs - but the striker who set AFC Wimbledon on course for League One at Wembley scoffed at the idea of a move.

Taylor netted in the 78th minute to put the skids under Plymouth Argyle, and after opened up on his future.

The 23-goal himtan insists he his agent have heard nothing on the grapevine.

“I haven’t heard any speculation; my agent hasn’t told me anything,” he added.

“I have a contract and that’s that.”

The frontman helped ensure Dons will be playing in the third tier of English football next year when he connected with Callum Kennedy's cross.

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And the 26-year-old said he was confident of scoring ever since talking to midfielder Jake Reeves in the gym a few days ago.

He said: “It’s just a dream - an absolute dream.

“I went the gym with Jake Reeves a few days ago and he said to me: ‘if you score, you'll go mental’ and since then I knew I was going to score.

“It sounds strange because I’ve not gone through the whole season knowing I was going to score, but I have always been confident and I just knew I’d get a chance to score."

Taylor also praised his team mates Dannie Bulman and Jake Reeves who ran the show in the middle for League One's newest teams.

He added: “Reevesy and Bullie are unbelievable, the pair of them have so much energy it’s absolutely ridiculous.

“I wish I had energy like that but they did their job brilliantly for the team.”