Former Celtic midfielder Marc Crosas took to Twitter on Sunday night to mock Rangers after their play-off final defeat to Motherwell.
Crosas, 27, is now playing in Mexico with Leones Negros on loan from Celtic's partner club Santos Laguna, but many fans will remember him for having played for the Bhoys.
The Spaniard, who came through the ranks at Barcelona, joined Celtic back in 2008, playing 51 games for the club before moving to Russia with Volga in 2011.
Players who feature for Celtic often hold the club close to their heart for years to come, and that appears to be the case for Crosas after his latest tweet.
Crosas took to social media to poke fun at Celtic's fierce city rivals Rangers after their 3-0 defeat at Motherwell in the play-offs, meaning they will be consigned to another season in the Scottish Championship following a 6-1 aggregate loss.
It was a blow for Rangers to lose that game, and it means that fans will have to wait even longer for a return of the Old Firm derby in the top flight - but Crosas didn't seem too bothered by that fact, using his Twitter account to poke fun at Rangers after their humiliating defeat...