Former Charlton striker Tony Watt has left Oud-Heverlee Leuven after just six months.

Watt, 24, joined the second division Belgian club in August after ending his two-and-a-half-year spell at the Valley.

The Scot was plagued by injuries during his third spell in Belgium.

Speaking about his departure on Twitter, Watt said: “One chapter closed, another one opens.

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“Thank you @ohl_official for the time I spent! Unfortunately I never played much football when the new manager came in but we left it on good terms.

“That’s football. I’ll have time to see my next step now!”

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