Cyriel Dessers says scoring a winning goal for Rangers at Celtic Park on Saturday would be a dream come true for him.
The 29-year-old Nigeria striker had a slow start to his Gers career after joining from Cremonese in the summer but he will travel to Parkhead with increasing confidence after four goals in his last seven games, taking his tally in Light Blue to nine so far.
Dessers admits an Old Firm derby clincher in boss Philippe Clement’s first experience of the fixture would be “amazing” as Rangers go in to the match five points behind the league leaders but with two games in hand.
He said: “It would be a dream actually.
“When you sign here, you know the city, you know the clubs, you know the Old Firm.
“To score there as a striker, that is something you dream of as a kid and hopefully tomorrow it will be my first in an Old Firm game.
“The start was pretty rocky, individually and as a team. You can see if you look at the results in the last two months that things have been improving and that we are in a good place right now.
“As a team, we are playing more fluidly now. We have more attacks rolling, more chances.
“For myself, I have got a little bit more confidence and in better form. I am still growing and there is a lot more to come.
“As a striker, you know how it works, once you get the goals flowing then you can follow them up and normally they keep going.”