CELTIC and Scotland legend Roy Aitken had yet another honour bestowed upon him at a glittering ceremony in Glasgow on Sunday night.

The West Kilbride man, famously nicknamed the Bear, was inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame at Hampden Park.

Aitken (59) nicknamed the Bear famously captained Celtic to a league and cup double in centenary season 1987-88 and was also the Scotland skipper at the Italia 1990 World Cup.

He said: "It’s a great honour, especially when you see the list of names already inducted. It’s great to join them, a lot I played with and against.

“Representing Scotland meant everything. I played at every level from the youths right through. Big Jock Stein gave me my debut in1979 and it culminated in me captaining my country at the 1990 World Cup. That’s your dream. You wanted to play for the team you supported,

I signed for Celtic when I was 13. After that it was the national team and I was so lucky to be involved at every level."