Kris Boyd hopes he can catch the eye of Gordon Strachan and resurrect his Scotland career if he impresses for Kilmarnock between now and the end of the season.
Inverness manager Terry Butcher is confident his players will not slack off after securing the club's first top-six finish - and has urged them to enjoy the final seven matches now that their initial goal has been reached.
Neil Lennon believes some Scotland players "need to leave their egos at the door" if the national team is to emerge from its current slump.
It's the fingers that make the fortunes for Robert Thornton these days, so perhaps it's not surprising that the former venetian blind maker is in no rush to return to his old day job.
Inverness face being without goalkeeper Ryan Esson and centre-back Gary Warren for the bulk of the run-in.