Hamburg goalkeeper Frank Rost is looking forward to facing SPL giants Celtic in the Europa League.
The German outfit travel to Parkhead on Thursday for the latest round of continental action.
There promises to be an eclectic atmosphere in Glasgow, with European nights renowned for bringing out the best in Hoops supporters.
Rost admits he is relishing the opportunity to experience such an occasion and believes any professional footballer would feel the same.
"I am very curious about the game," the 36-year-old shot-stopper told Hamburger Morgenpost.
"Britain is the home of football and to play a big club like Celtic is definitely an ultimate clash for any player.
"I am looking forward to playing at Celtic Park and I feel I will be driven by the atmosphere in such a stadium.
"Everyone will get a boost from being there. No-one will fall asleep!
"People cheer simple tackles and do not like to see players cheat or dive. Celtic Park is almost like Anfield. It will be something special to make an appearance there."