Rangers defender Ross Perry admits his family will be overjoyed if he makes his Old Firm debut on Sunday.
The 22-year-old was brought up a Gers fan and played in many games against Celtic while coming through the club's youth ranks.
And after eight first-team appearances for the Scottish champions this season, he is set to face the Hoops for the first time at senior level.
"When you are growing up it's the games you look forward to at any level, from youth through to Under-19s and reserves," he said.
"I've never had a taste of the big one yet and it would be absolutely amazing to get an opportunity.
"As a Rangers fan, and coming from a Rangers family background, it would be a massive honour for them as well to see me involved in an Old Firm game."
Rangers' title hopes were over once they were handed a 10-point deduction after going into administration last month.
They have lost three of their four games since and are eager to avoid suffering a fourth straight home defeat for the first time in the club's history on Sunday.
Celtic could also clinch the title this weekend and while Rangers are no longer in contention, Perry knows there will still be plenty at stake at Ibrox.
"It's maybe psychological in the back of your head, knowing it's Celtic, so you've maybe got that little bit of nerves that you wouldn't normally have," he said.
"The three points is the target going into any game, but if you can take three points off your main rivals, that's going to have some bearing on which way the league goes.
"There are many other games in the league you need to take care of as well, but beating your main rivals is the top aim."
Perry added: "There is the history and the rivalry and two massive followings from either side. There is just such a pressure to do well.
"The vast majority of the fans are all desperate for you to do well and win.
"For the boys on the bench and on the park, you really absorb that and it can give you a massive boost."
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