Ross County manager Owen Coyle hopes his efforts to strengthen his Staggies squad will bear fruit before Saturday's Scottish Cup trip to Kilmarnock.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle is confident a tweaked Staggies squad can put a "horrible" December behind them when they return to action later this month.
Hamilton's Ioannis Skondras has been handed a five-match ban following his red card against Ross County.
Hamilton Accies defender Ioannis Skondras has been hit with a five-match ban for excessive misconduct for his part in a brawl against Ross County.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle says he has landed his top January target after completing the loan signing of Aberdeen midfielder Greg Tansey.
Greg Tansey is determined to put a frustrating period with Aberdeen behind him by revitalising his career with Ross County.
Greg Tansey’s loan move to Ross County marks a quicker return to the Highlands than he would have envisaged but he will hope it can provide a boost for both him and the Staggies.
With the Ladbrokes Premiership now in its winter break, Press Association Sport has decided to take a look at some of the season’s key statistics so far.
With the Ladbrokes Premiership now in its winter break, Press Association Sport has decided to take a look at some of the season's key statistics so far.
Aberdeen midfielder Greg Tansey has returned to the Highlands after joining Ross County on loan until the end of the season, the Staggies have announced.
Ross County have completed the loan signing of Aberdeen midfielder Greg Tansey.
Aberdeen midfielder Greg Tansey is set to join Ross County on loan for the second half of the season.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle says any January targets must show him they have the right mentality before he pursues deals to bring them to Dingwall.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle will accept responsibility for the Staggies’ slump to the bottom of the Premiership but says his players must do likewise.
The January transfer window is open with some deals already done in advance. Here, Press Association Sport looks at the 12 Ladbrokes Premiership clubs' plans.
Everything is starting to look up for Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald after rounding off the first half of their Ladbrokes Premiership season with a win over Ross County.
Ross County boss Owen Coyle endured a "horrible day" as his side were left propping up the Ladbrokes Premiership going into the winter break.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle described ending the year bottom of the Premiership as a "horrible" feeling.
Goals from Kris Doolan and Conor Sammon claimed a crucial win for Partick Thistle over fellow Ladbrokes Premiership strugglers Ross County.
Alan Archibald is glad his Partick Thistle side are taking on relegation rivals Ross County before they go on their annual January shopping spree.
Jason Naismith has urged his Ross County team-mates to pick up a win against Partick Thistle to send them into the winter break on a high.
Ross County striker Alex Schalk is convinced the Staggies are edging closer to halting their long wait for a victory.
Owen Coyle is well aware that his Ross County side need a strong January transfer window if they are to pull away from their Ladbrokes Premiership struggles.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright was critical of the officials after a controversial penalty decision cost his side three points.
Ross County were unfortunate not to emerge with a first win since early November after an entertaining 1-1 draw with St Johnstone.
Ross County moved off the bottom of the Premiership on goal difference after coming from behind to draw 1-1 at home to St Johnstone.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle admits January will be a key month as he reshapes his squad but he is confident they can still have some joy in December.
Scott Fox knows Ross County need to sort themselves out quickly if they are to get off the bottom of the Premiership.
Teenager Oli Shaw was the hero as Hibernian came from behind to defeat Ross County 2-1 and ensure the Staggies will spend Christmas Day at the bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Owen Coyle feels Ross County are not far from clicking despite their 2-1 defeat to Hibernian confining them to the bottom of the Premiership at Christmas.
Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox says the forthcoming week presents the ideal opportunity for the Staggies to climb the table before next month's winter break.
Captain Andrew Davies claims referees have "definitely played a big part" in Ross County's Ladbrokes Premiership struggle so far this season.