Celtic defender Cameron Carter-Vickers has been spotted in training ahead of their Champions League clash against Feyenoord.

The USA international missed the weekend defeat to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park after suffering a hamstring problem.

Brendan Rodgers confirmed last week that the centre-back had gone for a scan which revealed there was no major damage.

Daizen Maeda was also seen taking part in the session on Sky Sports' coverage of Lennoxtown.

The forward last played in October when he sustained a knee injury against Atletico Madrid.

Another who was back on the pitch for the first time since October was Reo Hatate.

It is understood the midfielder did not feature in the full session.

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Meanwhile, Scott Brown has described the lack of penalties conceded by Rangers in the Scottish Premiership as "incredible" and claims Aberdeen have little chance of receiving a spot kick in Sunday's League Cup final.

The Ibrox side last conceded a penalty in the league 23 months, and 71 games ago, when Lewis Ferguson netted in a 1-1 draw at Pittodrie in January 2022.

And Brown laughed when he heard the stats. He said: "Is that the last time they conceded a penalty?

"I’ve been retired that long .. since they last had a penalty against them (in the league)! That’s incredible, eh? 

"It’s good to see VAR is working well! I don’t think Aberdeen will get a penalty on those stats! Wow.”