On Thursday morning Tony Watt enjoyed training more than usual.
As the only Scot at OH Leuven the 23-year-old could have been getting it tight if Anderlecht had came out on top on Wednesday night.
A 3-0 away win wasn’t predicted by many but it’s clear that the former Celtic striker had been winding up some team-mates ahead of the Brussels clash.
Walking about training ground with a swagger today.
“I told you they’re a top team” ???? pic.twitter.com/ecNXjsCqQZ
â€” Tony Watt (@Tony_Watt7) September 28, 2017
Watt is one of the most engaging players on twitter and happy to tackle most questions with honesty at the front of his answers.
Getting questioned about ‘failing’ at Celtic and ‘wasting’ his career get met with factual replies.
His Celtic first team career was a very short lived one highlighted by his goal against Barcelona- despite that moment he never started another match as a striker as Neil Lennon rotated his strike force around Anthony Stokes, Gary Hooper and Georgios Samaras.
Last week Nigel Pearson took over as manager of OH Leuven who are sitting in fourth place in First Division B of the Belgian set up.