Ross Wallace is back training with League One side Fleetwood Town.

The 33-year-old spent last season with the Cod Army and has been handed a chance to train with Joey Barton’s side again, as per a report by Fleetwood Today.

Wallace played 38 times for Fleetwood in the last campaign having joined them on a free transfer in September. He left at the end of the season and has been in the hunt for a new club since then.

The once-capped Scotland international has bags of experience and has racked up over 450 career appearances with spells at the likes of Celtic, Sunderland, Preston North End, Burnley and Sheffield Wednesday.

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Fleetwood’s assistant manager, Clint Hill, has said, as per Fleetwood Today: “To be fair Rossco has been great for us last season. He played a lot of games for us, he came in in the summer and did a lot of training with us.”

“We went to Portugal; he decided to go on his own, do a bit of fitness work and now he has decided to come back and do a bit more. I think it was the same with Gilksy (Matt Gilks) and Clarkey (Peter Clarke). We give him a platform to train, keep his fitness up and just see where it takes him.

He added: “I can’t tell you where he will be Saturday or wherever. We are just giving him a platform to train, play some games just because of the nature of the lad and how well he did for us last season.”

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