Former Dundee United captain Willo Flood has returned to the local area to train in a bid to maintain his fitness in search of a club.
The midfielder is working out with Montrose following a return to Scotland after his Bali United move fell through at the eleventh hour.
He has joined up with fellow United hero Sean Dillon, who is player/coach at the League One side.
Gable Endies boss Stewart Petrie said: “Willo is training with us and it is good to have someone of his experience with us.”
Flood will be hoping for a new deal at a club after quitting Dunfermline just three days after joining the Fifers.
Then-boss Allan Johnston allowed the 33-year-old to leave to complete a lucrative move to Bali to team up with ex Tangerine Nick van der Velden.
However, red tape scuppered the move after Flood flew out and appeared on Bali United’s social media channels.
A new rule in Indonesia’s Liga 1 means foreign players must now have played top-flight football at their previous club in order to be granted a work permit.
With United being in the Championship last term that was not deemed a high enough level for the Irishman’s move to be rubber stamped.