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Ross County defender Erik Cikos has left the club after the Staggies agreed to terminate his contract.
Ross County forward Alex Schalk says thoughts about his future are on hold, insisting he has unfinished business with the Staggies.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre reckons his Staggies must negotiate one of the trickiest Scottish Cup ties they could have drawn if they are to advance past Dundee United into the fifth round on Saturday.
Ross County midfielder Christopher Routis is his own harshest critic and he feels Staggies supporters should expect more from him in the rest of the campaign.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is eager for the season to resume after admitting the stop-start campaign has made it difficult for his side to build momentum.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre has warned he will have no qualms about handing youngsters an opportunity if first-team players fail to perform.
Ross County defender Andrew Davies believes the experience within the Staggies' backline will hold his side in good stead for the remainder of the season.
Ross County have agreed a pre-contract with defender Jason Naismith, who will join the Dingwall club from Championship side St Mirren in the summer.
Ross County forward Liam Boyce reckons it is only a matter of time before his fellow Staggies attackers join him in hitting the goal trail.
Ross County captain Paul Quinn reckons the Premiership's winter break has come at the wrong time for him.
Former Ross County goalkeeper Mark Ridgers will sign for Partick Thistle in the next few days after turning his back on an American adventure.
Ross County forward Ryan Dow played an important role in his side's Highland derby win against Inverness but felt the 3-2 victory should have been a lot more clear-cut than the scoreline suggested.
Ross County are back where they want to be in the top six of the Scottish Premiership, but forward Liam Boyce believes his club has underachieved this season.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre finally got the "monkey off his back" with a win in the Highland derby against Inverness.
Ross County secured their first home Highland derby victory since May 2013, with a 3-2 triumph against Caley Thistle at Victoria Park.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is refusing to be fooled by Caley Thistle's lowly Premiership position ahead of today's Highland derby at Victoria Park.
Police will be patrolling Dingwall's pubs ahead of the derby match between Ross County and Inverness Caledonian Thistle today.
Ross County midfielder Tim Chow reckons the Staggies can be pleased if they record a Premiership derby victory against Caley Thistle tomorrow.
Ross County were unable to halt the Celtic juggernaut as they succumbed to a 2-0 defeat at Parkhead last night.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is refusing to be scarred by his side's 4-0 defeat last time out against tonight's opponents Celtic.
Craig Gordon has flagged up Celtic's Hampden horror show against Ross County early this year as a reminder of the Staggies' danger.
Jay McEveley insists Ross County can get a result at Celtic Park despite a disappointing build-up.
Partick boss Alan Archibald admitted his side were forced to grind out a result in difficult conditions as they moved off the foot of the Scottish Premiership table with a 3-1 win at Ross County.
Partick Thistle moved off the foot of the table thanks to three goals in a dominant half-hour period in the second half as Ross County's six-match unbeaten run came to an end.
Partick Thistle took complete command of a game that was either side's for the taking to record an impressive away victory which ended Ross County's six-match unbeaten run.
Ross County's Scott Fox is relishing his role as the Staggies' sweeper-goalkeeper.
Ross County midfielder Michael Gardyne will be sidelined for the rest of 2016 after being ruled out for four weeks with a hamstring strain.
Ross County may have broken into the top-half of the Premiership, but defender Jay McEveley will not be content until the Staggies make up further ground on fifth-placed St Johnstone.
The depth of Ross County's squad is likely to be tested before the year is out but on the evidence of Saturday's dramatic victory against Aberdeen, Jim McIntyre's pool is well up to the task.
Ross County midfielder Ryan Dow was thrilled his side finally got the three points he believes recent performances merited in Saturday's dramatic 2-1 victory against Aberdeen at Victoria Park.
Returning skipper Paul Quinn was delighted with the determination shown by Ross County in a gritty 2-1 victory over Aberdeen at Global Energy Stadium.
A late winner from substitute Ryan Dow earned 10-man Ross County a welcome 2-1 win over Aberdeen at the Global Energy Stadium.