RANGERS' administrators Duff & Phelps have yet to provide police with all the required documentation relating to Craig Whyte's takeover, a month after being accused of dragging their heels over requests for information.
Strathclyde Police Chief Constable Steve House told members of his governing body that he was not holding out for any of the £50,000 the force is due from the club from any Company Voluntary Arrangement.
Senior police sources say there is "a fair amount of heel kicking" within the force and that the investigation has stagnated. The source also said that Duff & Phelps had prioritised its civil action against Whyte's lawyers, Collyer Bristow, but added that, as the administrators were court appointed, they were duty-bound to provide the information.
"We are still waiting for extra detail from the auditors to fully satisfy ourselves as to what's happened," Mr House said.