Michael Fraser has credited Ross County and Caley Thistle’s management teams with restoring the feel-good factor in north football ahead of this weekend’s Highland derby at Victoria Park.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson hopes Saturday's derby encounter against Ross County is the first instalment of a title duel between the two Highland clubs.
Mark Ridgers feels his move to Caley Thistle from today's opponents Partick Thistle has brought about one of the most productive spells of his career.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson has sympathy for his recently-relegated Partick Thistle counterpart Alan Archibald having been in the same situation 12 months ago.
Ross County defender Liam Fontaine feels Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson have taken inspiration from the world's best managers in their coaching of the Staggies' players.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell says keeping free-scoring Queen of the South striker Stephen Dobbie quiet is no guarantee of success in today's Championship match at Palmerston.
Elgin City manager Gavin Price insists attacker Shane Sutherland will not be leaving Borough Briggs.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson believes his side’s upcoming quartet of fixtures represent a promising opportunity to build on Inverness’ fine start to the Championship season.
Ross Stewart may have signed a long-term contract with Ross County but the forward is determined to make a quick breakthrough into the Staggies first team.
Stephen O'Donnell may have broken into Scotland's starting line-up but the Kilmarnock defender reckons he has still to prove he belongs there.
Caley Thistle midfielder Riccardo Calder insists he is ready to do a job when called upon by manager John Robertson.
Ross County goalkeeper Ross Munro is on the radar of Scotland under-19 manager Billy Stark.
Scotland defender Kieran Tierney says getting their UEFA Nations League campaign off to a winning start shows no confidence has been lost through adverse results in friendlies.
John Souttar feels ready to make his mark at international level after the Hearts defender was handed his first two Scotland caps by Alex McLeish.
The IRN-BRU Cup has not had its critics to seek however Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell is supportive of the revamped competition.
Charlie Mulgrew insists Scotland are ready to right the wrongs of previous failed qualifying campaigns by taking full advantage of the opportunity handed to them by the UEFA Nations League.
Ross County have been drawn at home to League 1 side Montrose in the third round of the IRN-BRU Cup.
Ross County goalkeeper Ross Munro aims to put pressure on Scott Fox but he insists no one has helped him more than the Staggies’ first choice.
Scotland opened their UEFA Nations League campaign in winning fashion as Steven Naismith’s double secured a 2-0 triumph over Albania.
Ross County could barely have envisaged an easier passage into the third round of the IRN-BRU Cup as they tore apart Raith Rovers – with Brian Graham doing much of the damage against his former club.
Ross County eased to a 5-0 win over Raith Rovers in the IRN-BRU Cup, with Brian Graham netting four times against his former club.
Highland head coach Davie Carson believes away form will be just as important as his side’s record at Canal Park in National 2 this term.
New Scotland captain Andy Robertson will be far removed from his only previous captaincy experience when he leads his country out for the first time in tonight’s friendly against Belgium.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish insists he has made no long-term decision over whether Craig Gordon or Allan McGregor will be his first choice goalkeeper.
Many players have come and gone during Michael Gardyne’s four spells with Ross County but the winger is loving being reunited with a number of his former team-mates in the current side.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson says patience is required for the Staggies to unlock their Championship opponents who he feels are showing the Dingwall side respect this season.
Caley Thistle midfielder Angus Beith has been earmarked to make a long-awaited return to action in next Tuesday's North of Scotland Cup semi final tie against Forres Mechanics.
Ross County returned to the top of the Championship thanks to a thoroughly deserved 2-0 victory over bottom side Falkirk.
Elgin City defender Matthew Cooper hopes the Black and Whites can pick up from where they left off when they host Stirling Albion in League 2 today.
Caley Thistle did not add to their squad before last night's transfer deadline, however they will make the trip to Dunfermline in the Championship today without Irish winger Zak Elbouzedi who has left the club.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell is determined to help the Staggies rediscover their Victoria Park fear factor in the Championship this season.
Caley Thistle midfielder Joe Chalmers reckons some of his side’s poorest displays were saved for East End Park last season and he is seeking redemption against Dunfermline in the Championship today.