Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has warned some of his new recruits they will have to learn quickly or they will not play for him long.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has told his players they must learn lessons from their European exit and improve quickly.
Hearts have been granted a work permit for Ryotaro Meshino, the PA news agency understands.
Rangers assistant manager Gary McAllister claims there is still scope to make a signing if another attractive opportunity presents itself.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon will consider going into the transfer market for a new goalkeeper after Scott Bain dislocated a thumb.
Paul Heckingbottom admits he has been left frustrated by Hibernian’s six-day wait to rectify their Ibrox humiliation.
Andy King will seek advice from Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers about life in Scottish football after signing for Rangers.
Kilmarnock manager Angelo Alessio has told potential suitors of Greg Taylor that the Scotland international will not be leaving Rugby Park during the transfer window.
Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson has tipped Liam Donnelly for a Northern Ireland recall following his red-hot start to the season.
Glenn Whelan says Craig Levein’s ambition is what convinced him to join Hearts.
Glenn Middleton revealed it took just one phone call from Hibernian head coach Paul Heckingbottom to convince him to move to Easter Road on loan.
Hearts have signed Manchester United goalkeeper Joel Pereira on a season-long loan deal.
Livingston manager Gary Holt believes he has found the missing piece of his defensive jigsaw after signing former Crewe and Walsall centre-back Jon Guthrie.
Jermain Defoe says Rangers were fired up for their demolition job on Hibernian after watching Celtic’s blistering start to the season.
Derek McInnes felt referee Steven McLean had strayed from new guidelines when he failed to award Aberdeen a penalty in their 1-0 loss at St Mirren.
Celtic and Rangers are the only teams still boasting a 100 per cent Ladbrokes Premiership record after demolishing Motherwell and Hibernian respectively.
Steven Gerrard admits he was disappointed his rampant Rangers did not dish out an even heavier beating to hapless Hibernian.
Ilkay Durmus’ first-half goal handed St Mirren their first league win over Aberdeen for eight years.
Jermain Defoe’s hat-trick rounded off a jubilant week for Rangers as they mauled 10-man Hibernian 6-1 at Ibrox.
Gary Holt has insisted he will not criticise Lyndon Dykes after the striker’s late missed penalty prevented Livingston from earning a dramatic victory over St Johnstone.
Brian Rice paid tribute to Owain Fon Williams’ commitment after the Hamilton goalkeeper starred against Kilmarnock despite his daughter being in hospital all week.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon hailed the “outstanding” Kristoffer Ajer after the Norwegian scored his first goal in Scottish football.
Ross County midfielder Michael Gardyne insists the Staggies are heading in the right direction after outplaying Hearts at Tynecastle in Saturday’s goalless draw.
Hamilton manager Brian Rice lavished praise on youngster Lewis Smith after he inspired the 2-0 win over Kilmarnock in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell admits the disappointment over his team’s failure to take all the points from a goalless draw at Hearts was tempered by his immense pride in their performance.
Brian Graham wasted the chance to hand Ross County all three points at Hearts after missing an 83rd-minute penalty in a goalless draw.
Tommy Wright praised St Johnstone’s character – but not their performance – after they produced a stirring second-half comeback to rescue a 2-2 draw at home to Livingston.
Kilmarnock’s woes under Angelo Alessio continued as they were shocked by a resurgent Hamilton in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
St Johnstone produced a dramatic second-half comeback to secure a hard-earned point in a 2-2 home draw with Livingston.
Neil Lennon was delighted with the power and strength of his Celtic side as they recovered from a long European trek and a flying start from Motherwell to win 5-2 at Fir Park.
Goalkeeper Joe Lewis is confident Aberdeen can find their attacking edge ahead of a big week for the club.
Leigh Griffiths scored from a free-kick as Celtic recovered from an early setback to win 5-2 at Motherwell.