Rangers face their biggest game of the season so far tomorrow night when they face Legia Warsaw in the Europa League.
Victory against the Polish giants over two legs would see the Gers reach the group stages of the competition for the second season running.
Boss Steven Gerrard takes his team to Poland tomorrow night, before the return leg at Ibrox next week.
It would appear that Legia Warsaw will have a former Celtic player cheering them on over the two legs.
Ex-Hoops goalkeeper Artur Boruc has told the Daily Record that he plans to go to the second-leg at Ibrox and sit with the away fans.
The Bournemouth stopper had six years with the Polish side at the start of his career, prior to joining Celtic in 2005.
In five years at Celtic Park, he featured in 221 games for the Hoops becoming a firm fan favourite.
This news has naturally delighted the Celtic fans.
Some have seen it as a dig against Rangers, although Boruc is a boyhood supporter of the Polish outfit.
Nonetheless, Celtic fans have taken to Twitter to speak of their delight at the 39-year-old backing an opponent of their fierce rivals.
Here is a selection of tweets regarding Boruc heading to Ibrox to support Legia Warsaw:
Do your thing, Holy Goalie! 💚🤣🤣🤣
— Filis (@Syph57) August 21, 2019
Wish he was playing!!!
Meltdown would be complete
— Timlad67 (@Timlad67) August 20, 2019
— John Gribben (@joeygribbiani8) August 20, 2019
— Ellis (@Ellis0603) August 20, 2019
— jimmy mcnulty (@jimmymcnulty88) August 20, 2019
Legia will have much support in every Irish bar in the world ! 🙏
— Citizen O'Kane 🎗️ (@mjnokane) August 20, 2019
The Holy Goalie returns 🍀🍀💚
— Robert Muldoon (@RobertMuldoon12) August 21, 2019
— Neil McKeown (@neilmckeown4600) August 20, 2019