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Aiden McGeady reveals the Rangers player who impressed him most as he names key Celtic title race factor

Aiden McGeady has named what he thinks could be the deciding factor in the title race between Celtic and Rangers as Oscar Cortes made a big impression at Ibrox.

The Ayr United veteran was part of the Scottish Cup squad that went down to Philippe Clement's men at Ibrox in the fifth round. Scott Brown and his troops were underdogs going into the clash but the Championship side gave a good account of themselves in the 2-0 defeat as focus now turns to league duty for the remainder of the campaign for the Honest Men.

Celtic hero Brown has only been in the door a matter of weeks but McGeady can already see a difference in what he is trying to do. The former Republic of Ireland international has shared the main ethos his old-team mate is putting across while he also delivered his thoughts around the title race - with Rangers presented with the chance to go level on points with their Glasgow rivals this midweek if the can beat Ross County convincingly in their Scottish Premiership game in hand.

Speaking to the Scottish Football Podcast, McGeady explained: "It will be interesting. I don't think Rangers played badly at all. They were comfortable. You know what it is like when you play for Rangers or Celtic and a Championship team comes in the Scottish Cup fifth round. You are expected to win and at times you are almost in second gear. That is how I felt Rangers were at times. The scoreline could have been more and we could have scored and it would have been a different game completely.

"But going forward for the season. It is very, very tight. Celtic have that experience of having been there and done it and hopefully it will be the deciding factor come the end of the season.

"There is a lot of football left to be played and