Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell has told The Scottish Sun that he does not want to face Kilmarnock in the Scottish Championship playoff final.
The 28-year-old played for Kilmarnock until the end of the 2012-13 season, when he joined Scottish giants Rangers.
"That wouldn't be nice personally,” Bell told The Scottish Sun when asked about about the prospect of facing Killie in the final. "But no matter who it is it's going to be a huge match if you managed to reach that stage.”
Rangers are currently third in the Scottish Championship table with 66 points from 35 matches, just a point behind second-placed Hibernian.
Meanwhile, Kilmarnock find themselves ninth in the Scottish Premiership table with 38 points from 34 matches, seven points clear of Motherwell, who are second from bottom in the standings.
if Kilmarnock end the ‘regular’ Premiership season in 11th place, then they will face the Championship play-off winners over two legs to retain their top-flight status for the 2015-16 campaign.
Rangers, who are guaranteed a place in the Championship playoffs, could face Gary Locke’s side in the final for a place in the Premiership.
Stuart McCall’s side will take on champions Heart of Midlothian away from home at the Tynecastle Stadium in Edinburgh on Saturday.