Celtic winger James Forrest is focused on the club's clash with Kilmarnock and not the upcoming Old Firm fixture.
Neil Lennon's men moved back to within four points of Rangers at the top of the SPL on Sunday with a 2-0 win at St Johnstone, their seventh consecutive league success.
Lennon warned his players not to speak about the keenly-awaited visit of the Ibrox men a week on Wednesday - although too late to prevent midfielder Ki Sung-yueng claiming that home advantage could make the difference on the night.
Forrest, though, is refusing to set his sights on the reigining champions until after the visit of Kilmarnock this weekend.
"Your most important fixture is always your next one - so that means we've got to focus completely on Kilmarnock," he told the Evening Times.
"They gave us a really difficult game at Rugby Park earlier in the season when we found ourselves 3-0 behind at half-time.
"We managed to recover well and earn a 3-3 draw so that shows we've got to be at our best to win the game."