Ross County plan for debut in Scotland's top flight

By Jim SpenceBBC Scotland
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor
MacGregor says seating is the only item that would require upgrading

Ross County have plans in place to bring Victoria Park up to Scottish Premier League standard if they win promotion from Division One.

Chairman Roy MacGregor insists the Dingwall club can make their stadium SPL-compliant in less than three months.

"We need to to put another 2500 seats in at the away end terracing and to alter the jail end terracing," he said.

"It is not a big job. It will not be difficult."

County, who are six points clear at the top of the table, have already been granted planning permission to add the extra seats required should promotion be won.

"Everything else complies in the stadium, like the floodlights and everything else, to the criteria, but we don't have enough seats," said MacGregor.

County have never been in Scottish football's top division in their 82-year history.

"It would take 10-12 weeks to bring it up to 6500 seats if we did it," added the club chairman.