The Brit has won three tournaments in the last two months, including the UK Snooker Championship at the weekend.
The 42-year-old beat Shaun Murphy 10-5 in the final to equal Steve Davis’ record at the event.
But now he has travelled north of the border to take part in a lengthy cycle of tournaments.
And he admits that he is feeling a little bit exhausted by all of the action.
However, O’Sullivan still insists that he will try to entertain the crowd, as he always does, by giving it his best shot.
“I do feel a bit jaded so I don’t expect miracles,” O’Sullivan told BBC Scotland.
“Come January and leading up to the World Championship I’ll be able to get a bit more practice and prepare better for tournaments.
“The last seven weeks, one tournament has rolled into another and although I’ve been winning matches, you do miss something.”
O’Sullivan refused to withdraw from the competition, insisting his love for the place and people will pull him through.
“I love being here,” O’Sullivan added.
“I love Sauchiehall Street, just walking around there. There’s a great buzz about the city.
“I enjoy Scotland and I’ve got some good friends here.
“I’ll try my best and if I can win another tournament then great.”
O’Sullivan beat Michael Georgiou in his first round match yesterday.