Just thought, might be worth checking the slave cylinder when your finished, as that can stick if it is covered in crap, but only if your master cylinder doesn't fix it.
Usually remove clutch slave cylinder, or casing (where the clutch hose goes on to the engine case) and you should see there is a piston on there. Like your break calipers work the lesson slightly out (not to far or it pops out and you have to bleed it all again). You can then clean the outside of the piston with a fine wire wool (very fine!) then I use a little copper grease and push the piston back in and re fit. This takes about 15 mins on a 1000f (not including taking fairing off)