BEITH Juniors dazzled last season as they won the West of Scotland Football League (WoSFL) Premier Division - and one player's outstanding season appears to be earning him attention from higher up the Scottish football pyramid.

Josh Fowler, who notched an impressive 32 goals in all competitions in the 2022/23 season, looks to have been handed a trial at the top of the game.

It comes as fans of Motherwell FC spotted the attacker in a number of pre-season training photos and videos shared on the club's social media.

Stuart Kettlewell's team recently travelled to the Netherlands for a training camp.

And fans of the Lanarkshire side noted an unfamiliar face amongst the squad, who have taken to the training pitch in mainland Europe.

That man looks to be the 21-year-old striker, who has dazzled for Beith since joining the club at the beginning of the 2021/22 season.

Fowler, who is contracted at Beith until the end of the 2024/25 season, has been a real star for the Mighty - winning the club's Players' Player of the Year award, and Young Player of the Year Award last season.

In his two seasons in North Ayrshire, he has scored 49 goals and notched 26 assists in that time.

A majority of these goal contributions came in the most recent campaign where the striker has cemented himself as one of the first names on Chris Strain's team sheet.

Though with Fowler training with Motherwell, it appears a move higher than the WoSFL may be on the horizon.

Fans of the Steelemen have questioned whether he's "ready for a massive step up to the prem".

Though those who have watched Fowler play are confident of his ability.

One fan responded: "Huge jump but playing with better players around him will only benefit him, definitely worth a punt."

Well fans added that they heard their players had been "impressed" by the young attacker.

So while Fowler remains firmly a Beith player at the minute, it is interesting to see what the future may hold.