Dundee striker Kane Hemmings has told The Scottish Sun that he is looking forward to facing Rangers in the Scottish Cup this month.
After beating Dumbarton 5-0 on Tuesday night, Dundee are now in the last eight of the Scottish Cup, setting up a meeting with Rangers in the next round.
The Gers beat a Scottish Premiership last time out with a 2-1 win over Kilmarnock, and will be hoping to add another scalp to their list by beating Dundee at Ibrox in March.
The game will see striker Kane Hemmings return to Ibrox having left Rangers back in 2013, joining Cowdenbeath before spells with Barnsley and now Dundee.
With 19 goals in 29 games this season, Hemmings has been showing Rangers what a mistake they made by letting him leave almost three years ago.
Now, the English forward gets a chance to show the Rangers fans what they are missing, and he will certainly be hoping to pick up a victory over his former club, with a goal no doubt on his wish list too.
Hemmings has told The Scottish Sun that whilst he barely played for Rangers at Ibrox, he is looking forward to going back and winning the game for his new side.
"I’m looking forward to going back," said Hemmings. "I’ve only ever played at Ibrox for Rangers but this time I want to go there and win. How many times have I played there? Maybe only five or six."
"I have a couple of pals still there, David Templeton and Stevie Walker the physio, but most of the guys I played with have left," he added.
Do you think Hemmings will impress upon his return to Ibrox?