Former Celtic skipper Paul McStay and Rangers keeper Andy Goram were among six figures inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame on Sunday. Late referee Tom Wharton and Motherwell boss Craig Brown, who led Scotland to two major finals, were also inducted.

Former Dundee United defender Dave Narey, who won the league with the Tannadice club in 1983 and played in the 1987 UEFA Cup final, was among the half dozen.

Bobby Johnstone, a member of Hibernian's 'Famous Five' front line in the 1950s, was given a posthumous award.

Rangers boss Walter Smith, who was inducted in 2007, also attended the dinner to receive his prize from former Ibrox captain Richard Gough.