FORMER Celtic striker Tony Watt has praised Charlton boss Guy Luzon for helping to revitalise his career after the frontman scored twice on Saturday.

The Scotland Under 21 striker netted a brace for the London side in a Man of the Match display against Huddersfield Town.

And he reckons Luzon - who also signed him for his ill-fated spell at Standard Liege before he was sacked - has helped turn his fortunes around.

Watt said: "He backed me at Standard. I don't think the club really wanted to sign me. He had reports I had a bad attitude, but he said 'look, be honest with me and if you tell me you won't cause me problems I'll sign you on the spot'. I was honest, I told him everything.

"He signed me, always pulled me in his office, worked hard with me and told me where to improve. He's given me confidence.

"He's come in here and it's been difficult for him. Bob Peeters signed me and Guy took me on. I've had two good managers in a month.

"Hopefully, we can kick on now."