Brian Rice is excited rather than daunted by Hamilton Academical's "fantastic" Scottish Cup fifth-round match-up at home to Rangers.
Accies thumped League Two side Edinburgh City 5-0 on Saturday before learning their next opponents after Sunday's live draw on BBC Scotland TV.
Rice's side were hammered 5-0 away to Steven Gerrard's side in the league this season before losing 3-1 at home.
"It is a fantastic draw for us, a really exciting draw," he said.
"If you are going to draw the Old Firm, drawing at home is a bonus, so I am really looking forward to it."
Rangers, who had beaten League One side Stranraer 2-0 at Ibrox on Friday, sit second in the Premiership, with Accies second bottom, but Rice hopes his players will be inspired by the big-match atmosphere.
"There should be a good crowd," the head coach said. "I imagine it will be on television.
"We could have been away from home, but we are not. So I am really looking forward to it."
Rice will be looking to record a double over sides from the capital when Accies visit Easter Road on Wednesday to take on Hibernian in the Premiership.
"This is a completely different game, different surroundings, different test for us," he added. "We know how difficult it will be, we understand that.
"I know I will get commitment, effort and we have that wee bit of quality and confidence.
"Hibs have got good attacking players, they are a goal threat and I don't think you will see many games where Hibs don't score. We need to make sure we defend well."