DADO PRSO admits he will be ridiculed by his countrymen if Rangers lose to Dinamo Zagreb in the early hours of tomorrow morning.
Alex McLeish's men take on the Croatian side in Toronto's Roger Centre with a 00.30 BST kick-off.
Prso started his professional career with Zagreb's rivals Hajduk Split.
And although tomorrow's match is a friendly, he admits the people back in his homeland would have a field day if Rangers lost.
The striker said: 'Hajduk Split and Dinamo Zagreb are big rivals, although not as big as Rangers and Celtic. I don't want to lose the game because the newspapers in Croatia will have a go at me.
'They will say Rangers aren't good enough so I want to show them.
'They are going to be more prepared than us. I was on holiday in Croatia and they had already started training 'They are going to be better physically than us. But although I don't want to lose, it's a friendly game and we won't be taking it that seriously.