Bohemians' Liam Burt gives fair warning ahead of the Extra.ie FAI Cup on Sunday against St Patrick's Athletic (live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player).
"If you hear any Glaswegian accents in Dublin on Sunday you can probably associate them with me," jokes the 22-year-old.
The Scot is expecting a cohort over for the showpiece game of the Irish club soccer season as Bohs aim to win the Cup for the first time in 13 years.
Burt did something that at one time might have been considered a sacrilegious crime and played for both Celtic - his boyhood club - and their fierce rivals Rangers during his time in Scotland.
Injuries kept his playing time with the Gers limited, while a move to Parkhead was disrupted by Covid-19 as the season was cut short.
But his switch to Dublin has seen him playing regularly for the first time in his career.
"It's kickstarted my career," he says of deciding to cross the Irish Sea.
"It's the first full season where I've started near enough to every game. I think I needed that to be honest. I've had injuries in the past.
"This season has gone really well for me. I think I'll be here next season, so hopefully I can start as many games again and take it from there."
One of the big draws playing for Bohs this season was their run in Europe.
They played three home Europa Conference League at the Aviva Stadium during the summer against Stjarnan (Iceland), Dudelange (Luxembourg) and PAOK (Greece) and won them all.
With ticket sales of over 35,000 a couple of days out, the atmosphere inside the ground will be different on Sunday.
"We were there in the summer, and I've great memories of walking into the stadium," says Burt.
"Being there again brings back those good memories. We're just concentrating on playing well on Sunday. Other people are calling it an advantage. There were 6,000 and 8,000 at those games, but it'll be different on Sunday.
"There were no fans at games at the start of the season, but we got a first taste when we went to the Aviva [for the European games]. It speaks volumes, selling as quickly as the tickets have. For both sets of players it's something to look forward to. You might not get to play on an occasion like this, in front of so many supporters, again."
There's no doubt that Bohemians had a disappointing SSE Airtricity League campaign.
Touted by some to be real challengers to Shamrock Rovers before the start, they ended up finishing fifth, behind the other two Dublin clubs in the top flight. They needed to beat Sligo Rovers on Friday to confirm a top-four finish, but they could only manage a draw at the Showgrounds.
While Burt, and fellow Scot Ali Coote, have agreed terms for next season, there's much speculation about the future of some of their more experienced players at the club.
While victory on Sunday, and the European qualification that goes with it, might not keep PFAI Player of the Year nominee Georgie Kelly at Dalymount Park next season, it could go a long way towards convincing some of the others to sign on again with the potential of more nights like the ones against Stjarnan, Dudelange and PAOK next year.
"We're disappointed with the result on Friday night, but there's no added pressure on Sunday," insists Burt.
"It's a cup final. Any cup final brings its own pressure to win. We'll be wanting to win, as will Pat's, but we're not putting any extra pressure on each other.
"We've wanted to perform well in every game this season and it'll be no different on Sunday.
"We've a really young side and they've done well. In the league we've been inconsistent and I don't think we've performed as well as we could.
"Hopefully on Sunday we can end it on a high."
Follow Bohemians v St Patrick's Athletic on Sunday via our liveblog on RTÉ.ie/sport and the RTÉ News app, or watch live on RTÉ 2 and the RTÉ Player (3.15pm)