Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers insists his side’s belief they can reach the semi-final of the Scottish Cup this weekend has not been dented by their midweek loss at Dundee United.
Highland derby penalty heroics rekindle memories of East Fife cup shock for Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers
Caley Thistle’s Highland derby victory over Ross County on Tuesday brought back fond penalty shoot-out memories for goalkeeper Mark Ridgers.
Tonight's Highland derby will decide whether Caley Thistle or Ross County will make it to the last eight of the Scottish Cup tonight but it won't settle everything between the two.
Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers is underwhelmed by his side's Highland derby return of two points so far this season.
Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers says his side’s incredible comeback against Queen of the South highlights his side’s character after Inverness salvaged a 3-3 draw at Palmerston.
Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers has set himself the target of carrying on his playing career for another decade.
Watch this save of the season contender from Caley Thistle’s Mark Ridgers during the weekend’s Highland derby
It ended honours even in the weekend's Highland derby but it would have been the Staggies celebrating if it wasn't for this wonder save from Caley Thistle's Mark Ridgers.
Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers hopes the second Highland derby of the season can help his club snap a frustrating run of draws.
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.
Mark Ridgers credits his turbulent seven-year spell with Hearts as being the making of him ahead of his return to Tynecastle with Caley Thistle in the Betfred Cup tomorrow.
Caley Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers has warned Ross County their budget will not guarantee them success in the Championship.
Mark Ridgers insists Caley Thistle are ready for a hectic run-in that will see them play 13 games in just seven weeks.
He is already a hero in the most obvious of ways - the man who runs into a burning building to help.
Mark Ridgers already has a Scottish Cup winner's medal to his name, but the Caley Thistle goalkeeper believes he can experience more glory days with his hometown club in the years to come.
Mark Ridgers has set his sights on helping Caley Thistle become an established Premiership club again following his move back to the Highlands.