Rather than go and buy a Ferrari to get them from A to B, Ross County opted for the penny-savvy option in January. They fine-tuned the team into a well-oiled machine.
Ross County striker Brian Graham reckons tonight is a must-win game for Championship title rivals Dundee United.
Greg Morrison is unfazed by the uncertainty over his future as he aims for a late play-off push with Elgin City.
Ross County will speak to defender Callum Semple after he was issued with a notice of complaint for betting on football.
The Highland derby between Caley Thistle and Ross County tonight has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Ross County defender Callum Semple has been charged with betting on football matches.
True to form, the latest and in all possibility final Highland derby of the season will be even bigger than the one which came before tomorrow evening.
Don Cowie knows just how huge three points would be for title-chasing Ross County tonight but is wary of resurgent Falkirk.
Ross County marched on at the top of the Ladbrokes Championship with a 2-1 home win against Falkirk.
There are defining weekends in title wins and Ross County supporters could be forgiven for believing Saturday was a pivotal one for their club.
Ross County took a step closer to the Ladbrokes Premiership with a 2-0 victory against Morton.
Ross County striker Brian Graham could be forgiven for rubbing his eyes in disbelief when he looks at the Championship league table.
Both Caley Thistle and Ross County have been hit with notices of complaint from the Scottish FA after their highly-charged Scottish Cup replay.
Former Aberdeen, Caley Thistle and Ross County midfielder Greg Tansey has lifted the lid on the injury hell that threatened to end his career.
Iain Vigurs has stepped up his comeback for Ross County after rejoining his team-mates for training.
Steven Ferguson says a determination not to let down Ross County is the main driving force for himself and fellow co-manager Stuart Kettlewell.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson says the Staggies have given themselves the ideal platform to resume their Championship title push following this weekend's break from action.
Ross County forward Ross Stewart is relishing the prospect of savouring IRN-BRU Cup glory when he plays the first final of his career against Connah's Quay Nomads later this month.
Ross County leading scorer Billy Mckay will not play again this season after his worst fears of a broken arm were confirmed.
Josh Mullin went the distance in the Championship with Livingston last season and the winger feels Ross County possess the same ability to grind out victories in their pursuit of the title.
Billy Mckay's hat-trick secured a vital 3-2 victory for Ross County over Ayr United, which keeps them five points clear at the top of the Championship.
Elgin City midfielder Ross MacIver says a sustained run in the starting line-up is his primary target during his loan spell from Ross County.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson is determined to leave tonight's opponents Ayr United trailing in the Championship title race.
Ross County defender Kenny van der Weg feels the Staggies have the stamina required for another quick turnaround ahead of tonight's crucial Championship match against Ayr United.
Ross Stewart will not rest easy despite his brace against Partick Thistle – as he knows he could easily be out of the team again come tomorrow.
Ross Stewart's brace helped Ross County come from two goals down to beat Partick Thistle 4-2.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell will not accept fatigue as an excuse during the Staggies’ busy upcoming schedule.
Ross County's IRN-BRU Cup final against Welsh club Connah's Quay Nomads next month will be held at Caledonian Stadium.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell is confident the task of securing a league and cup double will quickly lift the Staggies players following their Scottish Cup exit.
Tuesday was a game that had everything and signified the Highland derby finding its edge again.
Ross County’s Michael Gardyne blasted Caley Thistle defender Brad McKay as a “coward” after a late brawl in Tuesday’s Highland derby.
John Robertson got the reward for putting his Caley Thistle players through their paces from 12 yards with a Scottish Cup triumph over Ross County.