Sunday's Scottish Gossip
Hearts defender Danny Wilson is determined to earn a winners' medal and play the full match in today's Scottish Communities League Cup final against St Mirren, after being sent off when he was part of the Rangers team that beat the Buddies to win the tournament in 2010.
Meanwhile, experienced St Mirren forward Steven Thompson believes winning the trophy "would top it all off" after joining his boyhood heroes in the twilight of his career.
The Paisley side's manager Danny Lennon feels winning the League Cup should lead to a place in European competition. (Sunday Mail)
Dundee United winger Gary Mackay-Steven hopes to consign city rivals Dundee to defeat in today's meeting but hopes the Dens Park outfit can stay in the Scottish Premier League for more derbies next season.
Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon says he has had to learn how to walk again from scratch in an attempt to cure the patella tendon injury that could end his career. (Sunday Mail)
West Bromwich Albion are in no rush to offer Scotland international midfielder Graham Dorrans, 25, a new contract.