Former Hibs striker Jamie Insall has told his old club not to worry about the forthcoming Betfred Cup tie with Kilmarnock because "they are terrible".
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The 27-year-old was part of the Connah's Quay Nomads team which humiliated the Ladbrokes Premiership side by knocking out of the Europa League.
Angelo Alessio's side won the first match 2-1 in Wales but succumbed to a 2-0 defeat in the return leg and exited Europe at the first hurdle.
They had better fortunes in their first Betfred Cup match at the weekend, beating Hamilton Accies 1-0 after extra-time and setting up a quarter-final clash with Hibs in Ayrshire.
Seeing the draw, Insall tweeted: "Don’t worry hibs drawing Kilmarnock in the cup they are terrible."
Insall joined Hibs in September 2015 but left almost three years later without playing a game following a drugs ban after he tested positive for cocaine while on loan at East Fife.