KRIS BOYD has made the accusation Scott Brown’s only motive for telling the media he could rejoin Scotland if they make the Euro’s was to sell DVDs.

The Celtic captain took part in a Q&A in front of 3,000 Celtic supporters at the SEC on Thursday night. Before that, he was interviewed by a variety of media outlets with the question of his international retirement coming up.

Brown basically said he would reconsider his position if the team get to the Euro’s and could make himself available for Steve Clarke if the Scotland boss wanted him.

However, Boyd doesn’t believe Brown was being sincere when saying this to the media and believes he was making sure he was back page news the next day to help sell his DVDs.

“Scott Brown insisting he would pull on a Scotland jersey again, if we somehow make it through the play-offs and secure a place at Euro 2020, has sent many into meltdown.” Boyd told SunSport.

“It almost broke social media. People are under the impression Broony is daft. One thing he’s definitely not is daft. The Celtic skipper has a DVD to plug and he made sure he was all over the back pages. Clever stuff.”

Brown has come out of international retirement once. The reason he’s still playing to a very high standard with Celtic is that he can enjoy breaks in between domestic action and be well-rested. If Scotland do get to a tournament – we’ll see.