MARTIN BOYLE has revealed that he was tucking into some macaroni and chips when he found out he'd play in Sunday's Edinburgh derby.

The winger netted a sensational last-minute leveller against Hearts in his Hibs homecoming.

He officially re-joined the Easter Road club on Saturday morning.

Boyle left for Saudi Arabia in a £3million deal in January, as he swapped the Premiership for life-changing money in the Middle East.

Things turned sour though, with Al-Faisaly relegated at the end of the season.

The 29-year-old is back at Hibs now though, and as if he wasn't enough of a hero amongst the club's supporters, the last-minute equaliser against the Jambos just further cements that status.

Asked when he found out he'd be featuring in the match, the Aussie international responded: "Last night, after my homemade macaroni and chips.

"That’s when I went into panic mode and headed to Asda for a few bottles of water and a strawberry Yazoo! There’s nothing like Scottish football, is there?"