Celtic boss Gordon Strachan has urged his side to show more belief in the second leg of their Champions League clash with AC Milan, following a goalless draw at Parkhead.
The Bhoys will travel to the San Siro still in contention for a place in the quarter-finals, but Strachan says they will need to show greater quality in the return leg to progress.
He said: "I don't think too many people will be putting a lot of money on us, but I tell you, stranger things have happened in football.
"You only need one goal and we have players in the team who can get that one goal. We will go to the San Siro and think that we will be able to do something.
"Our desire not to get beaten was ten out of ten, but in technical terms it was five out of ten. But we need to believe in ourselves in the second game.
"We need to be better technically. But if we can get a draw against a top team like that when the technique is not at the best, then think what we could do with more belief."