Scottish Gossip: Davidson, Bristol Rovers, Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, St Johnstone, Dundee

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Former St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson is reportedly in talks with Bristol Rovers over their managerial vacancy. (Football Scotland)

St Johnstone are yet to scratch the surface following their first win of the season, says midfielder Graham Carey. (Courier - subscription required)

Aberdeen manager Barry Robson reveals he was forced to buy all his Dons team-mates a carry out after their 2014 League Cup win - as he had been late for a team meeting. (Sun)

Robson urges the SPFL to help clubs playing in Europe with their fixture list. (Record)

Hibernian attacker Dylan Vente likens scoring to a bottle of ketchup - "you press on the bottle and everything falls out at once". (Record)

Ross County, who host Celtic on Saturday, need to show they "have enough mental strength to actually see games out", says manager Malky Mackay after dramatic ends to their past two games. (Press and Journal - subscription required)

Hammarby defender Nathaniel Adjei is being monitored by Celtic and Rangers. (Sky Sports)

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers wants to keep midfielder David Turnbull, who is out of contract at the end of the season. (Sun)

Atletico Madrid slumped to defeat by Las Palmas on Friday in preparation for Celtic's Champions League visit on Tuesday. (Record)

Robert Snodgrass reveals he used to wear Celtic gear under his Rangers training kit when at Ibrox as a youth player. (Sun)

Hearts striker Lawrence Shankland's focus is on defeating Rangers in Sunday's Viaplay Cup semi-final not joining them after being linked with the Ibrox club. (Record)

Jorge Grant has no intention of subtly reminding Hearts head coach Steven Naismith of his value after setting up the midweek winner against Livingston as a substitute. (Scotsman - subscription required)

Naismith insists he could have enjoyed an easy retirement after stopping playing instead of moving into the dugout. (Record)

Dundee will not sulk in the wake of their heavy midweek defeat by Rangers, says Joe Shaughnessy. (Courier - subscription required)

Manager Tony Docherty motivates his players to show the 5-0 loss was a one-off. (Courier - subscription required)