Clyde 1 have confirmed their disagreement with Rangers has been ended after 'constructive and positive' talks.

The Ibrox club were unhappy with comments made on Superscoreboard regarding Kemar Roofe's challenge on Murray Davidson, from which the Rangers man was suspended.

There had been reports that the club would not be speaking to Clyde until the issue was resolved and, earlier today, the radio channel confirmed they had come to an understanding with the Light Blues.

A statement read: "Clyde 1 Superscoreboard wishes to address recent issues in our relationship with Rangers Football Club. We are committed, as always, to maintaining a healthy working relationship with Rangers FC, as well as every other club in Scottish football.

"Rangers Football Club recently raised some concerns around some comments on our show. These points have been addressed in a constructive and positive manner and fully resolved. We look forward working closely with the club for the rest of the season and beyond.

"Our sports journalist Andrew MacLean will be attending the press conference this Wednesday ahead of Rangers European clash with Royal Antwerp on Thursday."