Chris Sutton couldn't resist a cheeky dig at Kris Boyd as Celtic geared up for Scottish Premiership title celebrations.

The Parkhead hero mocked pundit pal Boyd with a giant cardboard cut-out at Celtic Park.

Boyd was not on the panel for Sky Sports at Parkhead with James McFadden, Neil Lennon and Sutton joining Eilidh Barbour in the studio.

However, Sutton made sure Boyd made an appearance of some sort as he whipped out a giant cut-out of the pundit to wave in the studio.

Ahead of walking up to the gantry for co-commentary duties, Sutton held aloft a giant print of Boyd as he mocked the Rangers hero over Celtic's title success.

Sutton joked: "Here is my replacement, I knew he wanted to come and celebrate Celtic's title success.

"Here he is Boydy, 'The Rangers are coming'."

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McFadden chimed in: "That is the most sense Boydy has spoken all season!"

Meanwhile, unofficial fan group the Green Brigade sent out a call-to-arms ahead of the late-night title party in midweek – and has announced further plans for this Saturday, following the Parkhead side's league encounter at home to St Mirren.

"Trongate Title Party, after Celtic vs St Mirren, 18.05.24," reads the post, which, at the time of writing, has been viewed 50,000 times, liked almost 2,000 times and reposted close to 400.

After the same fixture during the last two seasons, Celtic fans have gathered in the same part of Glasgow City Centre after watching their team get presented with the league trophy at Celtic Park.