The Bulletin: Gareth McAuley ‘Second is nowhere at this club’ | Ryan Porteous says Hibs risk losing Neil Lennon


Celtic‘s Ryan Christie says that he has to “keep working hard” to hold on to his place in the starting eleven and that he’s aiming for Cetlic to top the league going into the winter break.

Aberdeen full back Max Lowe has said that his side’s 1-0 win over Rangers on Wednesday night could be the turning point in the club’s season.

St Mirren‘s Adam Hammill – who has scored two spectacular efforts in as many weeks – didn’t even realise that his goal against Hibernian on Wednesday was inside his own half.

Hibernian defender Ryan Porteous says that the players at the club risk driving out manager Neil Lennon, unless there is a turnaround in form soon.

Dundee striker Kenny Miller says he “feels great” after bagging a hat-trick against Hamilton and will be looking to get on the scoresheet again this weekend when he faces his former club Rangers.

Pat Nevin thinks that a top-two finish for Kilmarnock is entirely possible – and said that the Ayrshire club could even ‘do a Leicester’ and win the league.

And Hearts captain Christophe Berra has admitted to being frustrated but cautious after his side were on the wrong end of controversial refereeing decisions in consecutive matches.

Ryan Christie has told the Scottish Sun that Celtic view Kilmarnock as genuine title contenders and that it’s no fluke that they’re top of the table.

The Daily Record are reporting that Rangers’ on-loan defender Joe Worrall could be recalled by parent club Nottingham Forest next month as they struggle with an injury crisis, but Forest manager Aitor Karanka would prefer that Worrall remained at Ibrox.