Wednesday's Scottish Gossip

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Striker Kris Boyd is worried Kilmarnock will languish in the Championship for at least two years if they drop out of the Premiership. (Daily Express)

Manager Terry Butcher is urging Hibs to be "brave" in Saturday's meeting at home with Kilmarnock, which may well determine who finishes in the relegation play-off. (Various)

Manger Danny Lennon has steered St Mirren to top flight safety but is still unsure if he will be offered a new contract. (Scotsman)

A first-rate striker is top of Celtic's summer shopping list, with manager Neil Lennon saying he could consider a move to bring back Gary Hooper, who is facing relegation with Norwich. (Various)

Gary Fraser is desperate to help keep Partick Thistle in the top flight to thank the club for sticking by him following a nine-match suspension. (Various)

Morton may turn to Dumbarton's Ian Murray as they seek a replacement for departed manager Kenny Shiels. (Sun)

Raith Rovers are to expand the capacity of Stark's Park by 500 by re-opening a section of the Railway Stand. (Herald)

Former Scotland defender Garry Kenneth is among seven players leaving Brechin City. (Various)