Speaking to The Glasgow Evening Times, Mark Warburton has described Ibrox as "magnificent" as Rangers gear up for their Scottish Premiership return.
The 51,000-seater stadium will be sold out on Saturday as Rangers host Hamilton in what will be their first top-flight outing since their financial implosion four years ago.
Warburton, who only joined the Gers last summer, has played a big role in getting the club back in the big time after his troops won the Scottish Championship by a full 11 points last season.
At one stage in 2012, Rangers fans may have feared they would never attend Ibrox for a Premiership game again and although Warburton is looking forward to the occassion, the 53-year-old suggest the result is more important.
“It will be a packed Ibrox and a big occasion and I’m very much looking forward to it," he said to The Glasgow Evening Times.
“It is a magnificent football arena so you have to enjoy it, you have to recognise responsibility and our job is to go and deliver a performance."
Warburton has brought nine new faces to Ibrox this summer and a Premiership title challenge is certainly expected, having signed the likes of Joey Barton and Niko Kranjcar to name but a few.
Rangers won all four of their League Cup group games last month in a gruelling nine-day period, scoring 10 and conceding none. It bodes well for the season ahead.
General view of Ibrox - Rangers