Charles Green was cleared of bringing the game into disrepute yesterday after he questioned the impartiality of an SPL-appointed panel which is reviewing the club’s use of EBTs.
In his resulting statement, the Ibrox chief executive spoke of wanting to build bridges with the association.
Green is due to meet its president Campbell Ogilvie in the near future after he said this week he wishes to quell any animosity.
McCoist believes that can only be a good thing and he said: “I would obviously echo Campbell’s sentiments there.
“I was delighted Charles was cleared. From our point of view, it was the right decision and it was a bonus for us.
“At the same time, we’re of the opinion we have to move forward and a club of our standing, in an ideal world, has to have a healthy working relationship with the governing body.
“I’m totally aware of that and that is what we should aim for. You’re not going to agree with every decision that’s made but we need to work together for the good of Scottish football.”
McCoist, meanwhile, has wished Stirling boss Greig McDonald all the best for his wedding day tomorrow – then set his sights on denting it a little by beating his team.
The Binos manager will miss Gers’ visit to Forthbank because of a prior engagement with his other half.
But McCoist is in no mood to give out wedding gifts and is intent on getting a winning result for his own side.
He smiled: “I really don’t know if that gives us an advantage or not but I’d imagine Greig will have drilled his team, they’ll be organised and they’ll know their instructions.
“They’ll know what they’re meant to be doing and on a serious note, I wish the happy couple a great day and a lovely future together on behalf of the club.
“I just hope the post-match celebrations are tempered ever so slightly by his team getting beaten. It won’t impact on our attitude or the way we approach the game.
“It’s quite a novel situation and I haven’t played against too many teams where the manager has failed to show because of a marriage proposal he made.”