SINGAPORE:– Oil prices fell further Monday on persistent worries over the growth slowdown in China's economy and a supply glut but analysts said ongoing tensions between producer giants Iran and Saudi Arabia could provide some support. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for February delivery down 68 cents at $32.48 by 0230 GMT, while Brent was down 69 cents at $32.86. Both contracts slid about 10 percent last week to 12-year lows as global markets were hammered by concerns about China, the world's biggest energy consumer, which overshadowed a strong US jobs report.–AFP