CLINT HILL hopes Rangers will have another Old Firm moment to savour at Hampden on Sunday.
The defender earned Graeme Murty’s side a share of the spoils with a dramatic late leveller at Parkhead last month.
Hill remains hopeful that he will be able to fully recover from a hamstring strain to line-up for the Light Blues in the Scottish Cup showdown this weekend.
And the 38-year-old is determined to give Gers fans a reason to be cheerful once again as Pedro Caixinha’s side bid for Old Firm glory.
Hill told the Official Rangers Podcast: “The last game obviously ended great for us and I thought we deserved something from the game overall.
“It was nice to get something to take home with us. I know we don’t celebrate draws, but I think it was more of a moral victory than anything else.
“It gave us that little bit of confidence, that bit of hope going into the next two games against them. We will be confident.
“We know that they are a good team but hopefully on our day we can cause an upset.
“It (the goal) has got to be up there [in my career], with the importance of the game and being away from home in a hostile environment.
“When you go there and you see all the fans in that corner and the reaction from it, it can only be one of the highlights of your career. It was a magnificent feeling.
“Like I said, it was only a point, but it was something that will live with me for a long time.
“It (the reaction) is a bit weird, it was only a three yard tap-in! I was a little bit embarrassed with some of the things that came out, but it was a great goal and a great occasion for me and my family.
“But now we need to kick on and hopefully try and improve on the draw that we did get against them.”