Charlton striker Tony Watt is unlikely to return to Belgium.

Reports last week linked Watt with a move to former club Lierse, but News Shopper understands the Belgian side are not currently trying to re-sign him.

Watt, 23, had an unsuccessful loan spell with Lierse in 2013, and fell out with then-manager Stanley Menzo.

And following a short trip to Belgium, reports suggested that Lierse wanted to poach the Scotland international this summer.

However, Charlton are yet to decide on the former Celtic striker’s future.

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Watt, who only has a year left on his contract, has been loaned out to three different clubs since joining the Addicks in 2015.

His latest loan spell was cut short at Hearts last season, and he returned to the Valley in January.

Despite Karl Robinson welcoming Watt back with open arms, he struggled for playing time under the Addicks boss in the latter stages of the campaign.