"He can wait and see what his options are," said Jefferies. "He won't be the first person to do that and he won't be the last. He's said he'd like to stay but we can't give him the money his agent says he can get for him elsewhere.
"Colin was struggling until we brought him here but now that he's had a decent season he has someone telling him what he wants to hear and players always believe that. If he can get it then good luck because we're so far apart in terms of what we've offered and what his agent is looking for that it's not even worth discussing. If his priority at the moment is making money then he certainly won't get it at Kilmarnock."