Defiant Georgia manager Temuri Ketsbaia has warned Scotland to write them off at their peril ahead of Saturday’s Euro 2016 qualifier at Ibrox.
Gordon Strachan’s revived national side are widely tipped to secure victory and get their qualification bid up and running.
But former Newcastle and Dundee midfielder Ketasbaia insists his visiting side have no intention of rolling over on the day and said: “We have shown in previous games we get some good results against teams that are better than Scotland.
“If someone thinks it is going to be easier, it is not.
“We always give our best. If we do what we have to do then we will get something from the game.”