Celtic host Hibernian on Saturday afternoon and it will be the first time former Bhoys right-back Efe Ambrose play at Parkhead since leaving in February.
The Nigeria international was deemed surplus to requirements by manager Brendan Rodgers, and he admits instead of trying to prove a point to the Northern Irishman when Hibs come visiting, he would rather focus on helping the team play attacking football.
The 28-year-old claims sitting back against Celtic has hurt many teams, ensuring the Glasgow giants maintain a domestic undefeated streak that could stretch to 58 games by Saturday night.
Hibs have concentrated their recent training sessions on taking the game to the opponents, and Ambrose is hoping things go their way.
However, he admits going up against a side coming off a recent impressive record on continental level – Celtic’s first away win in the Champions League for 5 years, won’t be easy.
A win for Celtic will take them closer to their title defence ambitions, but they have their work cut out for them as they try to defeat a side that have only lost once this season.