Hearts keeper Jamie MacDonald is relishing the prospect of an all-Edinburgh Scottish Cup Final after his side's dramatic win over Celtic.
The Tyncastle outfit will play rivals Hibernian on 19th May, the first time both clubs from the Scottish capital have contested the final since 1896.
Victory was secured by Craig Beattie's controversial last-minute penalty, and Hearts' 25-year-old keeper was ecstatic at the prospect of a cup final derby.
"I don't think words can describe it," he said.
"I'm just absolutely delighted we've got a Scottish Cup final to look forward to, especially against our local rivals as well. I'm sure it will be a fantastic day.
"I don't think we will realise the meaning of it until probably the week before in the build-up to the final.
"I'm sure Edinburgh will be absolutely buzzing and it's great for the city that Hibernian and Hearts have finally got there to play each other and it should be a fantastic day."
Reflecting on Sunday's game, which looked to be heading for extra time after Gary Hooper had equalised for Celtic with 86 minutes on the clock, MacDonald added:
"I thought we defended unbelievably well in the first half. We tried to play on the counter and it didn't really work.
"The second half we went for a bit more and the game opened right up. I think the second half was probably a fantastic game to watch.
"The way we performed the second half I think it would have been very unfortunate if they had gone on and won it.
"We played excellently in the second half and I had faith in us. I maybe thought we would have to play extra-time, but to go up the park and get the penalty and score again was excellent and we managed to hold on."