We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Deila expecting more from Guidetti
Ronny Deila believes that John Guidetti's goal for Celtic last night will be the first of many.
The Swede opened his account for his new club by netting in the Bhoys' 3-0 cup success over Hearts and Deila feels it won't be the last time his new striker gets his name of the score-sheet.
"I'm delighted for John," he told the Evening Times. "We need strikers who score goals and he's hungry for that.
"He's a fantastic person with a great personality, so I think we'll see more goals from him."
Deila happy with improvement
Ronny Deila says that Celtic are beginning to show signs of improvement under his stewardship.
The Bhoys have started the season in poor form, but picked up a comfortable 3-0 win against Hearts last night and Deila was very happy with the performance.
"It was a very good performance," Deila said to the Evening Express. "I am very pleased. I think we look much more stronger and more complete."
Boyd: we can beat anyone at Ibrox
Kris Boyd is adamant that Rangers think they can beat anybody at home.
The 'Gers drew Premiership St. Johnstone in the cup last night, in what looks a difficult tie, but Boyd has insisted they feel they can win.
"Whoever we got, as long as we were at home we’d feel comfortable," he said to the club's official site.
“We feel we can beat anybody at Ibrox."
Ryan Hardie: Rangers debut a dream
Rangers youngster Ryan Hardie says that making his debut for the club was a dream come true.
The academy product came on for the closing stages of the Light Blues cup success in midweek and he says that it was something he has longed for all his life.
“It’s the best feeling in the world," he said to the Daily Record. "I’ve been a Rangers fan all my life and it’s just a dream come true."