Former Celtic striker Tony Watt is training with Motherwell in a bid to win a deal after leaving CSKA Sofia.

Watt, 26, was told he was free to find a new club earlier this year and has been on the lookout for a team since then. The hitman has unfinished business in the Scottish Premiership and hopes to do a deal to return home.

Stephen Robinson, meanwhile, recently lost James Scott to Hull City who, while not an out-and-out striker, was a creative player for the Steel Men who will be tough to replace.

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Chris Long has so far bore the goalscoring burden at Fir Park this term with nine in 25 appearances but Watt would add a different dimension to Well's attack.

Watt - famous for his Celtic winner against Barcelona in 2012 - scored three times for CSKA Sofia this season in just six matches but was deemed surplus to requirements.

He counts St Johnstone, Hearts, Charlton and Standard Liege among his former clubs.