Celtic hero Scott Brown is reportedly a candidate for the Queen's Park job.

This is according to the Daily Record who claim that the Scottish Championship side are "interested" in talking to the former Scotland international over their vacant managerial position.

It comes after Robin Veldman departed the Spiders on Saturday evening after their defeat to Inverness.

Queen's Park are without a league win since August and currently sit eighth in the table.

Brown has been out of work since being sacked by English League One side Fleetwood Town earlier this season after a poor run of results.

His former Parkhead team-mate Charlie Mulgrew is also someone the club are interested in speaking to about the role, according to the report.

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Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers has revealed Cameron Carter-Vickers could return to the Celtic starting line-up in midweek.

The centre-back was forced off injured in the victory over Hibs on Wednesday night.

And the blow sparked fears of a possible lengthy lay-off for the crucial defender.

However, a scan on the hamstring knock has come back "pretty clear" with a quickfire return now likely.

Rodgers confirmed Carter-Vickers missed out on the matchday squad to face Kilmarnock after "stiffness" around the knock. Nat Phillips starts in his place at Rugby Park this afternoon.

But, Carter-Vickers could come back into the squad for the match against Feyenoord on Wednesday.

Asked for an update on Carter-Vickers and the results of a scan on the injury, Rodgers told Sky Sports: "To be fair, it was pretty clear.

"But he has just felt a bit of stiffness around it so we don't want to force it.

"He has obviously played a lot of games since he has come back from injury.

"Cam will be available in the midweek."