Celtic winger James Forrest has set his sights on winning the Scottish Premier League title at Celtic Park.
The Scotland star scored the second goal in the 2-0 win over Dunfermline on Wednesday night which lifted Celtic 20 points clear at the top of the table.
Victories in their next two games - and Rangers dropping points in one of their next three - could see Neil Lennon's side end the Gers' three-year title domination at Ibrox on 25th March.
But Forrest is convinced a Parkhead party would bring a more fitting end to an eventful campaign.
"I know that some of the fans have been talking about that and to be honest, we haven't really taken much notice," Forrest told the Evening Times.
"The main thing is we win the league. But if I had a choice I would rather win the title at Celtic Park and in front of the Celtic support.
"My family come along to all the games at home and I'd like them to be here if and when we win it. It would be special to do it here.
"There are security issues and all the rest of it at Ibrox and I would prefer it if we could celebrate at Celtic Park."