CELTIC hero Chris Sutton is never shy when it comes to winding up Rangers fans.

And in an unearthed video online the Parkhead hero pokes fun at Rangers in a cheeky video message to rival fans.

The light-hearted clip sees Sutton send a Christmas message to three Rangers supporters.

Sutton references Celtic's quadruple Treble success and mentions Rangers' Petrofac Cup success in 2014 in the playful message to the recipients - named as "Big Heid, Wee Heid and Turbo".

The Scottish Premiership triumph last season is also branded "fortunate" by Sutton in the festive wind-up at Ibrox supporters.

In the clip, shared by The Auld Triangle Bar & Restaurant, Sutton jokes: "Big Rangers fans and ok, you know it's a good club, second best in Glasgow.

"You don't have a star on your jersey, you haven't won a lot have you? In recent seasons.

"You don't have a quadruple treble under your belt, you might have had a fortunate trophy success last season - put that in the trophy cabinet next to the Petroltank Cup.

"That was the last trophy I think you've won, who was that against? Peterhead I think you beat in the final. Wow, amazing stuff.

"But anyway, you guys, Big Heid, Wee Heid and Turbo have a lovely, lovely Christmas."

The clip was shared on Twitter this afternoon and has already been viewed more than 18,000 times racking over 1,400 likes.

Sutton finishes the clip, adding: "Hail, hail. Come on the Hoops. You'll Never Walk Alone."