MOTHERWELL are set to reward top goal scorer, Louis Moult, with a new deal to tie him at Fir Park.
Moult, who netted 18 goals last term, is entering the final twelve months of his contract and manager Stephen Robinson is keen to get a deal agreed.
“We have offered Louis a new contract. We are negotiating with him and we’re hopeful that he will stay.”

Despite alleged interest from Rangers, Robinson was quick to debunk the notion that Moult had received alternate offers.

“There have been no offers for Louis at this stage.

“We can’t pay what other teams can pay, we know that – but Louis is loved here.

“The fans adore him and he has been brilliant for the football club, and the football club have been brilliant for Louis as well. They have given him a platform to play.

“It’s something we were keen to do. I made it clear to the board and the board backed it fully that we put an offer to Louis. It’s up to Louis whether he takes that or not.

“If he doesn’t, fine, he will still be a massive part of what we do – but if he does it would be a big, big boost.

Motherwell have also offered their new club captain, Carl McHugh, a new deal. Speaking of the former Plymouth Argyll player’s new offer, Robinson hinted that other offers may follow.
“We have offered Carl a new contract as well. We would like to sit down with another couple of players in the near future. Finances dictate we can only do a couple at a time.”

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