New Celtic winger Marco Tilio has revealed his excitement for fixtures against Rangers next season.

The 21-year-old Australian joined last week from Melbourne City on a five-year deal for a fee reported to be around £1.5million, a record for an outbound transfer made by an Australian club.

Tilio arrived in Glasgow following the departure of Hoops manager and fellow Australian Ange Postecoglou to Tottenham and became the second signing of Brendan Rodgers’ second spell at the club.

The forward took part in a Twitter Q&A today with supporters and he was quizzed on the matches he was most excited about.

He responded: "Of course, the Glasgow Derby. I'm an attacker, so my focus is on getting forward, making things happen, taking on players, scoring goals, and providing assists."

Tilio also revealed his excitement for European nights at Parkhead. He continued: "Yeah, that is what everyone has been saying since I came in. People stopped me at the airport and said, 'Wait till you see the Champions' League night, your jaw is gonna drop!' I can't wait for that."

On his manager Brendan Rodgers, Tilio added: "I think he can really help me as a young player come through, I guess reach my full potential."

Tilio also discussed the move with fellow Australia international Aaron Mooy, who retired from football at the end of the season at the age of 32 after winning a treble with the Hoops, and he is happy to embrace the expectations at Celtic .

He added: “I spoke to Aaron Mooy before I made my decision and being involved with him at the national team a few times.

“He couldn’t speak highly enough of the club and the people at the club and it brought it to my attention that I really wanted to do this.

“It’s going to be massive to try to win back-to-back trebles, that is what the club’s goal is. At Melbourne it was all about winning trophies as well and I have some experience of doing that so I hope I can bring that here.

“It’s a massive bonus playing in the Champions League. It’s a dream and to be part of a team that’s going into that tournament is amazing and hopefully I can present myself on that stage too.”