We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Denayer: Celtic can win the Europa League
Ronny Deila's side are preparing to face Red Bull Salzburg in the competition and Denayer thinks that it could be one step on their way to lifting to trophy.
"It is not impossible for us to win it but we will need to play well," Denayer told the Daily Record, "100 per cent every game because there are some very good teams in it and in the next round some more very good teams will drop down from the Champions League."
Collins: No place like home
Celtic assistant manager John Collins says there is nowhere else like Parkhead when it is packed-out.
Collins wants a bumper crowd to cheer the side on against Salzburg on Thursday and he feels the supporters can make a big difference on the result of the match.
"When the stadium is full there is no stadium like it in Europe," he said to Celtic's official site. "It’s up to us to keep winning matches, getting the crowds back and entertaining as that’s the only way the crowds will keep flooding to the games."
Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes that the club can still win the Scottish Championship this season.
The Light Blues are currently nine points behind leaders Hearts, but McCoist is convinced that they can catch up.
"We absolutely believe that we still have an opportunity to win the league, don't worry about that," he insisted to the Scottish Evening Times. "We are 14 games into the season, so there is nearly two-thirds to go."