Celtic hero Chris Sutton has reignited his feud with Rangers midfielder Todd Cantwell.

Sutton was previously  branded an "attention seeker" by Cantwell after he addressed some of the criticism that had been aimed his way by the former Hoops and Chelsea forward.

This then led to the ex-striker branding the 25-year-old "TikTok Todd", insisting the player should keep his head down.

And after the Scottish champions' 2-1 win at Parkhead, Sutton could not resist another jibe at Cantwell.

Writing on X, he said: "If I was Todd Cantwell I’d watch Callum McGregor DVD’s…"

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Meanwhile,Brendan Rodgers insists Celtic captain Callum McGregor is on a "different level" after his performance during the victory over Rangers at Parkhead.

And it was the Scotland international that Rodgers had nothing but praise for at full time.

Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "Callum is a on a different level. I worked with him here the first time and we are very lucky to have someone like him on a different level.

"His view of the game and his composure... he has ended up having to play nearly enough two positions at times.

"He was in that controlling position as he can progress the game forward and then he is up there as an eight due to the runs he can make in that position.

"He is an absolutely brilliant leader for this group and I am very lucky to have him here again as a manager."

Rodgers also talked up the importance of the victory which puts Celtic eight points clear at top of the Scottish Premiership, with the Ibrox side having two games in hand.

And the 50-year-old feels his side dealt with the occasion well for the majority of the game.

"It  is obviously a very important win for us," he continued. December is always a very tough month with so many games but I thought the atmosphere at the match was fantastic. 

"I thought the players played well on a difficult surface and scored two good goals. My only downside is how we lost some control when up against 10 men and we have to control the game much better than that."