We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Deila not worried
Ronny Deila insists that he is not concerned by Celtic's form.
The pressure is mounting on the Norwegian manager after the Bhoys's poor start to the season and their most recent defeat to Hamilton at the weekend, but Deila is not ready to press the panic button just yet.
"I am not worried at all - we are progressing obviously a lot of crosses that should have been better. We also had enough set plays to win the game quite easily," he said to the Daily Record.
“With so many chances you should win, no question. We had 10-15 chances.
Brown slams Celtic
Celtic captain has slammed the entirety of the Bhoys team, including himself, for their poor performance against Hamilton.
Celtic lost to the unfancied side yesterday and Brown says that many of his team were hiding on the pitch.
"We were just hiding and it was disappointing to see and disappointing to play in," he said to the club's official site. "I name myself in that as well. I’m not hiding from the blame. It was everyone as a team."
Foster on Macleod
Richard Foster has hailed his teammate, Lewis Macleod's ability. The youngster is regarded as one of the finest prospects in Scotland after his form so far this season and he continued to increase excitement about his future at the weekend.
Macleod scored the only goal of the game in Rangers's win over Livingston and Foster has paid tribute to his ability.
“Lewis’ goal was incredible, the thought to jump ten feet in the air never goes through my head but that just shows you the quality of the player," he said to the Gers' official site.
“He’s still young and I think he’s going to develop into a top player. It’s not just his ability to score goals like that, but it’s his whole game - he’s an impressive boy.”