Former Rangers attacker Shota Arveladze does not expect Georgia to cause Scotland too many problems in this weekend’s Euro 2016 match at Ibrox.
Arveladze, capped 61 times for Georgia, fears the Scots will be too strong for Temuri Ketsbaia’s side.
The Georgians were defeated 2-1 by the Republic of Ireland in their opening Group D match thanks to a stunning last minute winner by former Celtic midfielder Aiden McGeady.
Arveladze says the current Georgian side do not play with as much attacking flair as previous teams.
The 41-year-old, who is manager of Turkish side Kasimpasa SK, said: “Everybody wants them to play the same football as we have always played, but this team has to be set up a little bit more defensively-minded because we have less creativity and quality than we used to have.
“To be honest this is not the best generation we’ve had.
“We had some good players and individuals in my generation – myself, Ketsbaia, Georgi Kinkladze and then the next generation was Levan Kobiashvili and Zurab Khizanishvili who were a good generation with a lot of quality.
“But at this moment we have very few. A couple of them are good, talented kids, but we have not got as much as before.”