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Celtic manager Neil Lennon considered quitting last summer, having thought he'd taken the club as far as he could. (Sky Sports)

Now Lennon is demanding the champions win their remaining seven league games to eclipse the record 103 points he earned as a player with Celtic in 2001/02. (Various)

Boss Ally McCoist admits he is unsure if Rangers can recover in time to prevent a decade of dominance for Celtic. (Daily Record)

Ross County manager Derek Adams, a former Aberdeen player, has dismissed the notion of the Dons challenging Celtic for the title as a "pipe-dream". (Sun)

Tom Taiwo says it is nonsense to suggest that Hibs have downed tools, with many players soon to be out of contract. (Daily Record)

And Hearts goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald thinks a home win in Sunday's Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle could drag Hibs into the relegation battle. (Various)

Borussia Dortmund midfielder Kevin Grosskreutz says he'd like to play for Celtic one day. (Sun)

Striker Amido Balde, who has started just twice since joining Celtic in the summer, is pleading for for more game time. (Daily Record)

Rangers midfielder Lewis Macleod, 19, is undergoing tests for a heart ailment that could threaten his career. (Sun)

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