We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Forrest on 2014 aim
Celtic winger James Forrest is determined to remain off the treatment table for the rest of the year.
Forrest's career so far has been blighted by injury, and he is just on his way back from a recent lengthy set-back, but he is hoping for a long run of fitness now.
“I just want to stay fit until the end of the year and play as many minutes as I can and hopefully get on the scoresheet as often as I can," he told the Daily Record.
McGregor on criticism
After bursting onto the scene at the start of the season, Celtic academy-product Callum McGregor has struggled for form since.
The attacking midfielder has looked off the pace in recent games and he admits that it has been tough to deal with the criticism that he has received as a result of his dip in form.
“It’s tough but you have to expect it,” he said to Celtic's official site. “Not everybody isn’t going to think you are a good player and you just need to try and do what the manager asks of you and help your team-mates on the park."
McCoist on Tynecastle
Ally McCoist says that Tynecastle is his second favourite stadium in Scotland, ahead of Rangers fixture with Hearts.
The top of the table clash takes place this weekend and McCoist is looking forward to helping his team at a ground which he holds in high regard.
"Outside Ibrox it’s [Tynecastle] probably my favourite ground in the country," he said to the Daily Mail. "The atmosphere is as good as anywhere.
"If we get the result it’s a great win for us and that’s all we are thinking about."