Setting goals is a great way to strive to do more – to do more better and pump up that enthusiasm to carry you forward.
That mantle, taken from a motivational print, has certainly been adopted by many in Scottish football today.
Victor Wanyama has targeted winning the final Glasgow derby of the season in order to make up for his red card in the last meeting between the sides.
Across Glasgow, Steven Naismith has put a big red cross around the day in the calender marked 'Next Season' to make his return from the cruciate ligament injury he suffered at Aberdeen.
The 25-year-old's return will be great news for club and country especially with World Cup 2014 qualifiers on the horizon.
Speaking of the international scene, Scotland Under-21 boss Billy Stark has played down the hype surrounding Islam Feruz following the teenager's debut against Italy last night.
Imitation is the highest form of flattery so here at Football Talk we're sure Craig Beattie will be grinning like a cheshire cat after Bastian Schweinsteiger marked his winning penalty in last night's Champions League semi-final by removing his shirt and running around ala dear Craig.
There's also a piece on what Celtic can learn from both Porto and Udinese as well as a tribute to unlikely goalkeepers.
The three will find out on May 6 who will be named PFA Scotland's Manager of the Year.
Billy Stark says patience is the key for the Chelsea youngster's development.
The Kenyan midfielder is looking for a win when Celtic take on Rangers this Sunday. (Daily Record)
The Ibrox club unveiled their kit for the 2012/13 season. (Rangers official site)
The Parkhead club have unveiled their strip for next season.
Craig Brown has started his clearout at Pittodrie.
The Rangers attacker believes he will be back playing soon after his cruciate ligament injury. (Daily Record)
Mark Cooper looks at what lessons Celtic can learn from Porto and Udinese’s transfer policy. (Celtic Underground)
History shows that it does not really matter what you do before a tournament – for a coach-less England this could be great news. (The Guardian)
Celebrating unlikely goalkeepers
Outfielders in Goal take a look at several mad moments when others grab the gloves
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