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Anthony Stokes warns Celtic that he wants his contract situation sorted out now or he will need to consider his options with other clubs. (Various)

Celtic defender Adam Matthews could be out of action for three months after he damaged his collarbone in the win over Motherwell on Saturday.

His team-mate Fraser Forster is aggrieved to have lost to Barcelona in midweek because he said he had nothing to do in goals for the first hour of their Champions League match. (The Sun)

St Mirren playmaker Paul McGowan dedicates his goal against Hearts to under-fire manager Danny Lennon. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist says he agreed to a pay cut because he "had to be comfortable" with the amount he was earning. (Sunday Mail)

However, his pay will double to match his previous salary of £825,000 when Rangers make it to the Scottish Premiership. (Sunday Express)

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez could be lining up against Scotland in a friendly, if Uruguay reach the World Cup finals. (Various)

Former Dundee United defender Barry Douglas was relieved to have made his debut for Polish side Lech Poznan after three months out injured. (Sunday Mail)

Partick Thistle winger Christie Elliott insists his team are good enough to make the top six in the Scottish Premiership. (Sunday Mail)

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan is delighted that Charlie Adam is now playing regularly again at Stoke City. (Various)

St Johnstone striker Stevie May, in Billy Stark's Scotland Under-21 squad to play Slovakia on Thursday, hopes his performances throughout the season can earn him a call-up to the full Scotland squad. (The Mail on Sunday)


Edinburgh coach Alan Solomons warns fans that they should not expect club captain Greig Laidlaw to perform miracles when he makes his first appearance of the season against Cardiff Blues on Sunday. (The Sun)