Sergio Aguero goes into Sunday’s game against Aston Villa on the verge of a piece of Premier League history.
Ralph Hasenhuttl believes Southampton have the hunger for further top-six scalps as they attempt to avenge their 9-0 humiliation at the hands of high-flying Leicester.
Akin Famewo is hoping St Mirren proves to be a finishing school for his Premier League ambitions.
Owain Fon Williams recalled an old goalkeeping tip from hero Neville Southall as he revealed his struggles with life on the bench at Hamilton.
Today’s rumours, gossip and social media round-up from around the web
Diego Simeone hailed the heart of Atletico Madrid after they stunned Barcelona 3-2 to reach the Spanish Super Cup final in Saudi Arabia.
Kelechi Iheanacho has warned Leicester not to expect another Southampton stroll.
Atletico Madrid came from behind to beat Barcelona in a five-goal thriller and book their spot in the Spanish Super Cup final in Saudi Arabia.
Hearts midfielder Olly Lee has extended his loan deal with Gillingham until the end of the season.
Midfielder Jon Gallagher has extended his loan stay at Aberdeen until the end of the season.
Watford boss Nigel Pearson insists he will avoid the temptation of rushing Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley back from injury.
Tottenham forward Harry Kane is set for surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring, with the England captain expected to return to training in April.
Greg Kiltie is determined to force his way back into the Kilmarnock team after rediscovering his consistency at Dunfermline.
A row over an FA Cup streaming rights deal which was criticised for encouraging gambling appears to have been resolved.
Hamilton have completed the loan signing of Scunthorpe winger Andy Dales.
Tottenham have announced striker Harry Kane is set for surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring, with the England captain expected to return to training in April.
Aston Villa will have to wait to secure the services of Pepe Reina while AC Milan seek to find a replacement, according to the goalkeeper’s agent.
Conor McCarthy revealed Jim Goodwin’s personal touch played a part in his move from Cork City to St Mirren.
Burnley striker Ashley Barnes will see a specialist to determine the full extent of a troublesome groin injury.
Brighton boss Graham Potter wants to focus on improving the players he already has rather than get distracted by speculation over the club’s January transfer targets.
Ralph Hasenhuttl believes Southampton’s players cannot be praised enough for their “absolutely outrageous” response to the 9-0 humiliation at the hands of Leicester.
Problem gambling is “a root issue” behind a significant number of current and former footballers seeking help for mental health issues, according to the Professional Footballers’ Association’s head of welfare.
Manchester City Women’s manager Nick Cushing will leave his role at the start of February to become assistant to Ronny Deila at New York City FC.
The spike in football hate crime requires a hard-line judicial approach similar to the one adopted by the courts after the 2011 London riots.
Steven Gerrard admits his lack of experience was a concern before taking charge of Rangers – and the same reason could prompt him to turn down an offer from Liverpool.
Mikel Arteta has warned Arsenal supporters not to expect “big things” in the January transfer window.
Joe Cole is being considered for a return to West Ham in a coaching role.
Betting companies who held streaming rights for FA Cup ties have agreed to allow the games to be streamed on a free platform such as the Football Association’s own website.
Gareth Bale will not be leaving Real Madrid in January and is also “very unlikely” to depart the club this summer, according to his agent.
Sheffield Wednesday striker Steven Fletcher has been ruled out for over two months with a knee injury, Owls boss Garry Monk has confirmed.