Warnock on Scottish Cup dream, being called a 'dinosaur' and Ibrox arrival

Tyrone Smith, BBC Sport Scotland

Neil Warnock has been meeting the media after he was unveiled as interim Aberdeen boss until the end of the season.

Here are the key points from his news conference...

  • Full of positivity as he gets to work in his new job - "I have got a good feeling about here".

  • Reaffirms his long-held desire to manage in Scotland, saying "I have always wanted to manage up here". He adds that he isn't here for the money, pointing out that he has had some very good offers in the last six-eight weeks.

  • Asked what would constitute success between now and the end of the season, the veteran manager revealed his lofty ambitions: "finishing as high as we can and winning the cup."

  • The original plan was for him to start in the role next week, but the lure of being in the dugout at Ibrox tomorrow was too strong and accelerated his arrival.

  • Giving an insight into his coaching style, he highlights that he is sometimes referred to as a "dinosaur" but says the key to success is "90-95% man management".

  • Aberdeen "is one of those clubs , you kiss the badge and you mean it," adding "if the players give me everything, I will man their corner".

  • Warnock says Aberdeen chief executive Alan Burrows tried to get him to take the Motherwell job years ago.