James Forrest believes that everyone at Celtic is brimming with confidence following the start to the campaign and can win in Israel on Tuesday.
Celtic head to Israel with a 5-2 first leg lead ahead of Tuesday’s clash with Hapoel Be’er Sheva but James Forrest insists his side remains focused on finishing the job (Celtic 2/9 – Scottish Premiership Outright).
The Parkhead club secured a 4-2 win at St Johnstone on Saturday and Forrest feels it is important they try and maintain a winning run despite their three-goal advantage.
Celtic are bidding to return to the Champions League for the first time since the 2013-14 campaign and Forrest is upbeat on his side’s chances ahead of the second leg.
“Confidence is going through the full team just now since the start of pre-season. We’re kicking on and hopefully we can take that confidence into Tuesday night,” Forrest said.
“I just think since day one of pre-season it has been hard training and everybody has been benefiting from it – fitness and football-wise as well.
“The more games we play we can kick on from there and I think we did that today. This is a hard place to come to and get three points.
“We had a good performance on Wednesday and had a good result. Everyone wanted to play and come here because it is still important to get the three points and keep the momentum going for Tuesday night.”
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