Quinn waits on skipper decision

McGhee could make change for new season

Quinn: Stand-in skipper

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Paul Quinn faces an anxious wait before he finds out whether he will remain as Motherwell's captain.

The 22-year-old was handed the armband following the death of Phil O'Donnell in December, but did his prospects of retaining that honour no favours with his off-field antics.

A broken jaw kept him sidelined for the final five games of last season, while he has also been handed 150 hours community service following his role in a nightclub assault which took place back in August 2007.

The Motherwell squad have now reported back for pre-season training, but manager Mark McGhee insists that no decision has been taken as yet in regards to who will skipper the side next term.

"The players were in today (Thursday) for some fitness tests, nothing fancy", he said.

"I haven't spoken to Paul and I haven't decided anything yet. It will be the start of the season before I do."

Meanwhile, McGhee confirmed that Well remain interested in Rangers striker Alan Gow, who has been linked with moves to Burnley and Norwich in recent weeks.

"Alan Gow would appear to be available and we would be interested but there is nothing more to it than that at the moment," he said.