Rangers' Old Firm hero Nikola Katic admits he can't get enough of his goal against Celtic.

The Croatian defender bagged the winner at Parkhead late last month with a stunning header as Gers ran out 2-1 winners. Had he not already been a big fan favourite, Katic would have earned legendary status that day.

And he has been unable to stop thinking about his goal, claiming to have watched highlights of it over and over. "I've watched my goal back a million times," the 23-year-old said.

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"Since I was a child I always wanted to score in a big game, so I loved that moment. My brother was in the stands with the 800 when I scored so it was a very special moment for me. It makes me hungry for more."

Ryan Kent opened the scoring on December 29 before a controversial Callum McGregor equaliser. Katic's powerful header sealed three points for the Light Blues.

Steven Gerrard's men now sit just two points behind rivals Celtic with a game in hand. And Katic insists the players are excited about returning to domestic action after their winter training camp in Dubai. "Happy to return to league action," he said. "We are ready to go."

"I think I bring my quality to the team but the most important thing is the team playing well and winning."