We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Ronny Deila to stop the tinkering
Ronny Deila has hinted that he will start to settle on a more consistent Celtic line-up now.
The Bhoys boss has chopped and changed the team throughout his time as boss so far, but he is looking to add consistency now.
"We want to have more consistency in the team, that will make us play quicker and better," he said to the Evening Express.
"But no one is sure of their place in the team. You have to work every day in training and in matches. That is competition."
Guidetti reveals what he's missed
Celtic striker John Guidetti says that he has missed the feeling of scoring after struggling for first-team football.
The Manchester City striker has failed to make an impact at the Etihad, but is set to become the Bhoys' main-man after scoring in midweek.
"The feeling you have when you're in the shower after a game and you've scored a goal and the team's won - that's the feeling I've missed," the Swede said to the Evening Times. "I missed it a lot, so it was great for me."
McCoist didn't want Celtic match
Ally McCoist says that he is glad Rangers have not been drawn against Celtic in the cup.
The 'Gers have set-up a clash with St. Johnstone in the League Cup last 16 and McCoist says that he is happy with the tie.
"We certainly weren't pining for an Old Firm game and we would take whoever the cup draw gave us," he said to the Evening Times.
Bilel Mohsni keeping things simple
Bilel Mohsni has revealed that he has taken a backs to basics approach to playing football after making too many errors.
The Tunisian international can be erratic in his play and he has had to go against his natural instincts to curb his enthusiasm to try and take risks.
"I need to concentrate more too," he said to Rangers' official site. "The mistakes I made earlier in the season were maybe down to that and a lack of match fitness too."
“I feel more comfortable and fit now but I know I need to keep working on my concentration to stay focused on the game."
“I’m trying to give 100 per cent there and not make any mistakes. The manager wants me to be solid."