Poland international Pawel Brozek claims he has shunned interest from Rangers in favour of agreeing a move to Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist confirmed he had made an enquiry to sign the striker from Trabzonspor on loan in order to pair Brozek with Nikica Jelavic.
However, the forward now appears to be on his way to Parkhead amid reports Celtic have agreed a loan deal with a view to a permanent arrangement in the summer.
Brozek has revealed he has discussed joining the Bhoys with a couple of his compatriots and he is looking forward to making an impact with the SPL leaders.
"This is a great move and I can't wait to get started," Brozek told the Sunday Mail.
"I have been told plenty about Celtic from my former team-mate Maciej Zurawski and Lukasz Zaluska.
"Lukasz will welcome me when I arrive. They have both made me aware of the club's great history, the atmosphere inside the stadium and the passionate supporters.
"Celtic showed more determination than any other club to sign me and now I want to repay their faith."