Chris Sutton has told Kris Boyd to 'give it a year' before Rangers' claim as Scotland's most successful team is over.

The Celtic idol couldn't resist trolling the former Gers striker while appearing as a pundit in the Sky Sports studio at Ibrox this evening.

Prior to the Scottish Premiership fixture between Rangers and Dundee, Sutton, Boyd and James McFadden discussed various matters. 

Of course, there was plenty of chat about Rangers and their current state under Philippe Clement, just days after their 2-1 defeat in the derby with Celtic.

And it was here that Sutton saw his chance to have a cheeky pop.

It all started, pre-match, with Boyd saying: “This club (Rangers) was built to win championships.”

Sutton cheekily chimed in: “Not in recent times.”

Boyd: “They’ve still won the most.”

Not missing a trick, Sutton retorted “Give it a year."

The conversation is of course in reference to the amount of league titles won by either Celtic or Rangers.

The latter are out in front on 55 titles, with Celtic - on the cusp of claiming their 54th league crown - just one behind.

The Hoops require just one more point to seal the deal. They make the short journey down the M77 to Kilmarnock on Wednesday evening.

They could potentially win the title without kicking a ball should Rangers slip up at home to Dundee this evening. 

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Meanwhile, there are plans to pay tribute to Tommy Burns ahead of Kilmarnock vs Celtic, it can be revealed.

A legend of both clubs, on the anniversary of his sad passing in 2008, supporters, players and club officials will join together to remember the much-loved figure of either team.

A minute's applause will take place prior to kick-off at Rugby Park on Wednesday, May 15.

Celtic fans will also display a tifo, paying tribute to Burns before the match.