We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Guidetti eyes Celtic stay
John Guidetti has given his clearest indication yet that he would like to stay at Celtic at the end of his loan spell.
The Swedish striker has been in fine form since arriving on a temporary move from Manchester City and he seems to be enjoying his time at Parkhead, suggesting that he would be open to a permanent move.
“Of course I can see myself here next year," he told the Daily Record. "You can always see yourself at a club like this. It’s an amazing football club."
“If it’s the right thing I don’t think money has anything to do with it."
Griffiths not happy with ref
Celtic's Leigh Griffiths was not pleased with the display of referee Serhiy Boiko during the Bhoys 1-1 draw with FC Astra in the Europa League last night.
Griffiths says that Boiko laughed at every decision he gave against Celtic and he even took pleasure in disallowing his goal.
"It seemed like every foul he gave against us, he started laughing," he told the Daily Mail. "The ref didn’t even blow straight away [for the disallowed goal], he let me go away and celebrate and then brought it back and started laughing about it."
McCoist on experience
Ally McCoist says that he is glad to have so much experience in his Rangers squad.
The manager believes that many players would have been distracted by the off-the-field issues constantly happening at Ibrox, but he praised his squad's attitude.
"We're blessed with a bit of experience in the squad," he said to the Evening Times.
"We've obviously got the skipper [McCulloch], Kenny Miller, Kris Boyd and big Jon Daly, boys who know the game."
"They know what's right and wrong and they've been over the course before."