Rangers and Celtic go head-to-head in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup later this month.
The 25-year-old recently put pen to paper on a new contract that will keep him at Ibrox until at least 2019 and he is now looking ahead to the huge Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Celtic at the weekend.
The two sides will finally reunite in the league next season, following Rangers’ promotion to the Scottish Premiership, but they do not have to wait until then to renew their rivalry following the tantalising cup draw.
Both sides are currently flying high in their respective divisions but Rangers will be eyeing a potential treble, while also laying down a marker to Celtic if they can secure a famous victory.
However, despite the importance of the match Forrester was calm when talking about the encounter.
“I watched a few games against Celtic when I was younger,” he said. “It’s just another game though and we won’t be doing anything differently.”
It certainly is not just another game to the fans, but Forrester and his Rangers teammates will know that if they approach the game as they have every other this season they have a great chance of winning against the Bhoys.