Chris Sutton has addressed his re-entry into Ibrox following his previous ban from the stadium.

A little under two years ago, the former Celtic striker was locked out by Rangers.

The Ibrox club cited that the pundit posed a "security risk", and in turn was banned from the ground.

The Hoops hero was due to work at Ibrox in September 2021 alongside Neil Lennon for BT Sport's coverage of European fixtures involving Rangers and Celtic.

But neither were permitted entry, and both had been absent from the ground ever since.

Last weekend though, Sutton was on co-commentary duties for Sky Sports as Celtic ran out 1-0 winners at Ibrox thanks to Kyogo. Lennon also sat in the Sky studio alongside James McFadden and Kris Boyd to analyse the game.

Now, Sutton has reflected on being allowed entry back inside the stadium, with his ban now lifted.

He told the Daily Mail: “Interesting. Good to go back after a couple of years in the wilderness… it wasn’t through choice, I was deemed a security risk, can you believe that?”

Reporter Ian Ladyman suggested Sutton was a "gentle bear", to which Sutton quipped: "I don’t think calling me a gentle bear would go down well with the Celtic support, Bears are Rangers support. Wrong wording."

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Meanwhile, Celtic have confirmed the price of their three-match package for the Champions League.

Supporters will pay £138 to attend the home fixtures against Feyenoord, Atletico Madrid, and Lazio.

The total is up £9 from last season, where the Hoops took on Real Madrid, RB Leipzig and Shakhtar Donetsk.

Concessions cost £108 and under 13s are priced at £96.

It will be the third time Brendan Rodgers has managed the Parkhead club in Europe's premier competition and he spoke previously about how much he is looking forward to the group.

He said: "It is always exciting, of course when you watch it and you see the teams and the groups and to be a part of that is fantastic.

"It is great for players to place themselves against the best players in Europe. The supporters are going to go to some great cities and some great stadiums and we want to be in there and be competitive and fight to get through the group."