Celtic star Aiden McGeady has admitted he would rather be in Rangers' shoes as the SPL reaches a dramatic conclusion.

It looks likely that Rangers will need to win their four remaining league games to pip Celtic to the title and the PFA Player and Young Player of the Year reckons the ball is still in the Ibrox court.

"You would rather be in their position with the games to play - and have the advantage of knowing if you can win all your games then you win the league," said the Celtic winger.

"We only hope that other teams do us a favour while of course we have to win our final two games.

"Obviously the players and manager of Rangers think they have an awful lot of games and there's a fixture pile-up because they are doing well.

"They've got so many big games coming up that they are looking for fixtures to be put back. I think we'd do the same."

Rangers have struggled lately and McGeady is hoping that Celtic - after five consecutive wins - can capitalise.

"Just now it really is game by game for us. It (the league) is the last trophy we've got a chance of winning, so we can focus on that."