Celtic captain Scott Brown is relishing the prospect of dumping Rangers out of the Scottish Cup this weekend.
The Glasgow giants have been paired together in Sunday's fifth round draw, just over a month since their last meeting.
In that game Georgios Samaras helped himself to a brace as Celtic stunned the Ibrox faithful with a 2-0 win over the SPL champions.
The win is still fresh in Brown's memory and he now hopes to go one better by ending their cup dream this season.
"To beat them 2-0 away from home was a dream result and it was a great game to watch. Overall I think we dominated the game," he told the club's official website.
"The last time we beat Rangers in the cup was the League Cup final which we won in extra-time.
"If you look at our team now, though, you could maybe say we've moved forward because we have a lot more creative players and goalscorers.
"The players who have come in will learn a lot more from these games. Those who have been in Scotland for a long time will know what Rangers are all about now."