Scott Brown has revealed he was expecting more stick from Rangers supporters as he led his Ayr United side to Ibrox.

And the former Celtic captain couldn't resist a cheeky parting shot at Rangers as he insisted supporters were "scared".

Brown joked that fans were tentative as he had "won too much" at Ibrox throughout his career as a player.

On Viaplay Sports, Brown said: "I was expecting a wee bit more. To be fair they were a wee bit scared because I have won too much here. You know what I mean?"

The Ayr boss then confirmed he would join Philippe Clement for a drink after the match with the Belgian inviting him into his office during pre-match pleasantries. 

Brown joked: "He offered me a drink so, I'm a Fifer I will never turn that down. I'm hoping it is a nice red wine!"

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The United boss then admitted he had been left furious as Willie Collum did not send Fabio Silva off in the second half of the match.

Brown was certain the striker - on loan from Wolves - should have walked after a foul in the second period having already been booked in the first half.

However, Collum was lenient as he allowed Silva to remain on the pitch for the second offence.

Brown commented: "For me, I think Willie probably got the decision wrong on Silva, the second yellow card.

"It probably changes the game [if Silva had been sent off] and then he goes and scores the goal. Small things that would have helped us."