Rangers have been drawn up against Villarreal in the Europa League this week, a match which signifies their return to the big time.
Villarreal's most notable star player is Santi Cazorla, who several Rangers fans pleaded with to join Steven Gerrard's side earlier this summer.
Cazorla's contract at Arsenal expired in the summer after six seasons, and he briefly became a much coveted free agent
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Rangers missed out on the midfielder, but he will head to Ibrox eventually, when the teams face off in Scotland on November 29.
For this week Rangers take on Villarreal at El Madrigal on Thursday, and Steven Gerrard has already warned his side about the player they will face.
Gerrard took on Cazorla in the Premier League when Liverpool and Arsenal did battle.
He told the Scottish Sun: "I played against him often and he was murder to face. He was a top player. He had a very low centre of gravity and could manipulate the ball with either foot.
"I know he’s had his injury problems of late but he was a tough, tough player to play against."
Cazorla is no certainty to play in the fixture as a starter, but if he does, Rangers' players have been warned just how tough it will be.