Bristol City have been linked with a move for Australian goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne. The Australian Daily Telegraph report that the Robins are showing interest in the Sydney FC keeper who is coming off the back of an incredible season. Redmayne, 30, helped the Sky Blues to their fourth A-League title this year in remarkable fashion, saving two penalties in a grand final penalty shootout against Perth Glory. The goalkeeper achieved a moment of viral fame after the shootout, being labelled a ‘dancing goalkeeper’ for the way he jumped around on the goal line during the shootout. He capped off his performances for his club by making his Australia debut in Friday’s 1-0 friendly defeat to South Korea. Redmayne performed well in the game, making two strong saves in the opening 20 minutes as he played behind a defence that also contained Robins star Bailey Wright. The Gosford-born goalkeeper is contracted until 2020, meaning the Robins will have to pay a fee to secure his services. They are on the lookout for a keeper to compete with Max O’Leary and Niki Maenpaa next season following the departures of Frank Fielding and Stefan Marinovic. Redmayne has spent all of his career in Australia, previously playing for the likes of Brisbane Roar, Melbourne City and Western Sydney Wanderers.