Nomadic striker Tony Watt is keen to put down roots at McDiarmid Park.
St Johnstone striker Tony Watt insists he never doubted himself after finally ending his long wait for a goal.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has urged Tony Watt to get into the box more often after the striker scored a dramatic late winner.
Tony Watt couldn’t care less that he isn’t making headlines for his goals.
The St Johnstone fans have taken Tony Watt to their hearts – and the feeling is mutual.
When he last played Kilmarnock, Matty Kennedy was left questioning whether he was good enough to be a professional footballer.
Tommy Wright has accumulated a long list of successful signings for St Johnstone – but current captain Joe Shaughnessy will be near the top of it.
If penalty-taking responsibility is up for grabs, David Wotherspoon will be raising his hand in the McDiarmid Park dressing room.
David Wotherspoon has backed Tony Watt to get over a Saturday afternoon to forget when St Johnstone face Livingston on Wednesday night.
Tommy Wright is not worried about star striker Tony Watt’s six-game goalless run.