Celtic take on Valencia this week.
Ezequiel Garay is expected to start in defence for Valencia away to Celtic this week
The Argentina international has played at Celtic before, while he was with Benfica back in 2012.
He is looking forward to Thursday night's challenge.
Speaking to Spanish newspaper Super Deporte, he raved about his experience playing against the Scottish champions.
Garay said: "The truth is that it was incredible, it is a super nice pitch with a spectacular crowd and I think it is very nice to play in those scenarios, we appreciate playing for the crowd and what this game entails."
Garay scored in his last visit to Celtic and added that he hopes to do so again, discussing the importance of an away goal.
He has paid attention to Celtic's recent strong form and knows the match will be tough.
He said: "We are Valencia, we have a great team, we can score at any time for the quality of the players we have, but we also know that it will be very difficult.
"They are going to come out strong, they have won seven games without conceding a goal and that reflects that they are doing their job very well, but we are going with the idea of making a good match and bringing a good result."
Valencia's La Liga form has been mixed, but they are unbeaten in their last five games.
The Spanish side managed a draw away to Manchester United earlier in the season before beating them at home in the Champions League group stages, and Celtic have a tough task on their hands.