Owen Coyle is no stranger to Ross County.
Former Ross County manager Neale Cooper believes Owen Coyle is the ideal fit for the club as he prepares to take the reins at Victoria Park.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre believes his players are ready to inject new life into the Premiership campaign when they host Partick Thistle on Saturday.
Ross County captain Andrew Davies wants to pile the pressure on Rangers by unsettling them from the start of Sunday’s Victoria Park encounter.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre has urged his players to learn from Aberdeen’s ruthless, relentless streak in the 2-1 defeat on Saturday.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre believes new signing Ross Draper will need time to get up to speed with the Staggies.
Ross County attacker Craig Curran is confident the Staggies will not be daunted by taking on the leading clubs in Scotland.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre was relieved his side overcame testing conditions to progress to the second round of the Betfred Cup after claiming the bonus point against Arbroath.
Former Caley Jags striker Billy Mckay has joined Ross County on a two-year deal.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is determined to make amends for last season's embarrassing League Cup demise.
Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox has hailed second-choice Aaron McCarey for keeping him on his toes throughout the season.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre felt his side deserved a bit of luck after a stoppage-time winner from Jonathan Franks saw off a battling Hamilton Accies side in a 3-2 win at Global Energy Stadium.
Ross County all but secured Premiership survival by defeating Motherwell 1-0 on Saturday but captain Andrew Davies reckons this has been a disappointing campaign for the Staggies.
Ross County midfielder Christopher Routis hopes familiarity will help him make a greater impact with the Staggies next season.
Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox feels he and the Staggies defenders must cut out the mistakes to ease the pressure on leading scorer Liam Boyce.
County were handed a massive dose of good fortune, but ultimately deserved their point against the Premiership champions.
Ross County forward Craig Curran is urging the club's frustrated supporters to rally behind the Staggies instead of taking their anger out on manager Jim McIntyre.
Ross County forward Liam Boyce wants to make up for lost time by helping the Staggies move further away from the bottom of the Premiership.
Ross County midfielder Christopher Routis says Saturday's game against Partick Thistle will determine which way the Staggies' campaign goes.
Ross County forward Craig Curran believes the Staggies squad is capable of another strong run of form to lift them into the top six.
Ross County set high standards for themselves last season but Staggies midfielder Michael Gardyne is determined to rise to the task of delivering back-to-back top-six finishes for what would be the first time in the Dingwall club's history.
We have done it before, we must do it again
Ross County midfielder Martin Woods has told his team-mates to stop feeling sorry for themselves and get their top-six push back on track.
Cup competitions have been kind to Ross County midfielder Michael Gardyne and he is determined to create fresh memories with the Staggies this season.
Jim McIntyre has every faith in his Ross County players' ability to bounce back from January's double disappointment in the league and embrace one of the toughest spells of the season.
Dingwall may be nearly 200 miles from home, but Ross County midfielder Jim O'Brien has taken no time to settle after being reunited with several former team-mates.
Ross County forward Alex Schalk says thoughts about his future are on hold, insisting he has unfinished business with the Staggies.
Marcus Fraser is urging his Ross County team-mates to draw big positives from Wednesday's defeat by Celtic and make it a watershed moment in the season.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is refusing to press the panic button after his side's struggles in front of goal and believes hard work is the only answer.
Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox had no complaints about the penalty awarded against him which secured Motherwell a 1-1 draw at Victoria Park on Saturday.
Ross County midfielder Tim Chow hopes establishing himself in the Staggies' side can help him earn international recognition with Chinese Taipei.
Ross County attacker Alex Schalk crawled out of his sickbed to steer the Staggies into the top six.