The Hoops take on Mark Warburton's men in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup next weekend in what is only the second meeting between the pair in around four years.
And while the winger - who is on loan at Parkhead from Manchester City - conceded that he is not sure what to expect from the game against the Gers, he insisted that he cannot wait to be a part of it.
"It should be a very good game as well. These are potentially the biggest moments of my career coming up. From what people say, it's some derby," he told the Evening Times.
"I've seen a few derbies in England but never been to a Scottish derby so it will be great to get involved in that."
With the game arguably meaning more than just a semi-final - with both sides looking to secure the momentum ahead of the Light Blues' return to the top flight next season - Ronny Deila may well be looking to Roberts to use his magic to make the difference in what could well be a tight game.
The 19-year-old has been mesmerising since joining the Hoops and backed up his obvious talent by bagging a wonderful brace in the recent win over Hearts. And it may be that ability that is required to unlock a Rangers defence that will be determined to cause an upset, book Celtic's place in the final and secure the coveted bragging rights.