Danish attacker Thomas Mikkelsen is relishing the challenge of filling Liam Boyce's boots at Ross County and has guaranteed goals for the Staggies.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is determined to make amends for last season's embarrassing League Cup demise.
Caley Thistle captain Gary Warren insists his side will be ready for the new campaign despite a poor second-half showing at Elgin City on Saturday.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson hopes his side's abject second-half showing at Elgin City will serve as a wake-up call.
Ross County loan midfielder Jamie Lindsay was told to take the high road by Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers to enhance his chances of a Parkhead future.
Ross County attacker Craig Curran will miss his club's pre-season trip to Spain after suffering a head injury in the friendly win at Elgin on Saturday.
English attacker George Oakley is determined to make an impact in Scottish football after agreeing a contract with Caley Thistle.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie believes reaching the lucrative group stages of the Europa League must be the target this season
Goalkeeper Scott Fox believes a short, sharp training camp in Spain will greatly enhance Ross County's preparations for the new season.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson hopes Ireland under-19 international midfielder Zac Elbouzedi will be one of at least three signings this week.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes he still needs to sign at least three or four more players.
Defender Kevin McNaughton is considering retirement after the withdrawal of a contract offer from Caley Thistle.
Former Caley Thistle loan midfielder Billy King will take on the Highlanders this season after signing a two-year contact with Championship rivals Dundee United.
The lure of full-time football and the challenge of revitalising Raith Rovers ensured a switch to Stark's Park was too good to turn down for new manager Barry Smith.
Andy Robertson has made a name for himself in the English Premier League.
Aberdeen are willing to sell Jonny Hayes to treble-winners Celtic, but only if the Hoops give them midfielder Ryan Christie in a player plus cash transfer.
Losing a cup final is always a horrible experience, but Saturday was such a tough one to take for Aberdeen.
Aberdeen midfielder Jonny Hayes is confident his team can close the gap on treble-winning Celtic next season.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists he is committed to the challenge of leading the Dons next season.
Aberdeen strained every sinew, but fell to an all-conquering Celtic at Hampden. Manager Derek McInnes is convinced his side's two cup final appearances will not be the last on his watch.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis felt his side deserved to take Saturday's Scottish Cup final into extra time following a gritty and determined display.
Close. So close for the Dons, but there was to be no magical Scottish Cup final win as Tom Rogic's added-time winner gave Celtic victory and the treble completed after an unbeaten domestic season.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers was surprised no action was taken against Aberdeen attacker Jayden Stockley following the collision which ended Hoops defender Kieran Tierney's Scottish Cup final involvement.
True champions celebrate in style and with dignity.
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds is confident manager Derek McInnes will assemble an even stronger squad to challenge Celtic next season.
Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic reckons netting the late goal which secured his side's domestic treble was a dream come true.
Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon felt his side's late Scottish Cup triumph was the Hoops' reward for keeping their calm until the end.
In Scotland, it could be as Celtic look primed for a prolonged spell of domination and the Dons will be hard pushed to maintain the standards set this season.
Celtic captain Scott Brown says beaten Scottish Cup finalists Aberdeen have proven they are the second force in Scottish football.
They may have ended the campaign with nothing to show for it but this has been an excellent season for the Dons.
Caley Thistle manager Richie Foran believes he has the experience necessary to ensure the club returns to Scotland's top flight at the first time of asking.
Aberdeen supporters have endured 27 years of disappointment since their last success in the Scottish Cup, but former Don Billy Stark reckons it could have been even longer if he had not missed a golden chance in the memorable 1990 victory against Celtic.