Moult likely to 'crumble' on new deal.
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RYAN BOWMAN reckons Motherwell strike partner Louis Moult is ready to cave in and sign a new deal - because he's fed up being pestered by his team-mates.
Moult was the subject of intense speculation in the summer as Aberdeen had a PS400,000 offer rejected.
Bowman and Moult got the goals in Saturday's 2-0 win over Kilmarnock at Fir Park that hoisted the Lanarkshire side up to fifth in the table.
And the former joked he reckons Moult is about to crack and could put pen to paper on a new contract with the Steelmen.
All joking aside though, Bowman is desperate to see Moult extend his stay at Fir Park so they can continue to work on their blossoming partnership - even if it means Moult remains the club's man for penalties.
Bowman said: "We did very well to keep Louis in the transfer window as we knew we would get offers for him with his goals and his all-round performances.
"I am glad we are able to keep the partnership going.
"I have been the penalty taker at every club I have played for but I have got to let Louis have them here.
"He's been offered a new contract and I think he will sign. Everybody is pestering him to sign it and I think he will crumble soon!"
RYAN HIGH Bowman celebrates his opener at Fir