My last game for the Ibrox club was against them. It was a reserve match at Lesser Hampden and it was the one and only time I hit a penalty for Rangers. I found the back of the net and helped us to a 2-1 victory before saying my goodbyes.
When I think back, that's the only reason a certain Mr McCoist scored so many more goals than me. He was forever scoring from the penalty spot whereas I never ever hit the penalties! So that's my excuse for not being quite as prolific as the current manager.
On a serious note though, who would have thought a Third Division league game against Queen's Park would become Rangers' Glasgow derby this time last year? It's incredible to think this is where Gers are at this moment in time.
But it should be a nice occasion. Queen's are top of the table and will be hoping to become the latest team to enjoy a surprise result over Rangers.
One of the benefits the Spiders have when they are trying to recruit new players is they offer the chance to play at Hampden Park – something most players can only experience if they make it to the semi-finals or final of a national cup competition.
However, they now have a chance to play at a packed Ibrox and everyone connected with Scotland's oldest club will relish the moment.