Charlie Adam is looking forward to returning to the club where it all began for him.
The Scotland international will head back to Rangers with current club Liverpool for a friendly at Ibrox on Tuesday and is excited about getting the opportunity to go back home even his time in Glasgow was not picture perfect.
"[There were] ups and downs really. I had some great times there but also some hard times and that was with not playing, which was a difficult period," said Adam.
"That's the way it goes sometimes and football changes so much nowadays.
"But the friendly is certainly one I'm looking forward to because it's not very often you get the opportunity to go back and play against your former club.
"Hopefully it will be a good game and we can get the right result which is important because winning breeds confidence.
"If we can win that it will give us a boost going into Saturday's game with Norwich.
"It's a good opportunity for us to play someone different.
"We want to get back in the Champions League so this game will be a good test for us and different to the Barclays Premier League."