Celtic manager Gordon Strachan has vowed to go on to the attack when he takes his side to the Nou Camp for the Bhoys' Champions League last 16 second leg clash against Barcelona.
Strachan's side have the odds stacked against them after losing the first leg in Glasgow 3-2 two weeks ago, but Strachan is refusing to give up all hope of causing a major shock.
"We're angry that we lost the first leg although we understand that we played a great side," said Strachan.
"We want to leave the Barcelona players and fans with a good impression of us, that's what we're going to try and do. Hopefully the Nou Camp will inspire the players.
"You always want to win every game for your pride, it's a big thing in football. There's nothing wrong with a bit of fear sometimes - it can push you on to greater things."