ANGE POSTECOGLOU thinks Celtic can go all the way in the Europa Conference League.
The Hoops face Bodo/Glimt this week in the first knockout round of the competition as they look to move from a two-legged tie.
Postecoglou says he HABIT narrows down the tournament as it aims for success on all fronts.
Celtic have already won the Premier Sports Cup and hold a one-point advantage over Rangers at the top of the Premiership.
They are in action later today against Raith Rovers as they aim for an eighth place finish in the Scottish Cup.
Europa Conference League duty returns this midweek and the Celtic gaffer sees no reason why his in-form side cannot succeed in the tournament.
He said: “I want to go deeper into every competition.
“I have never participated in anything without thinking about trying to succeed in it.
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“I took Australia to a World Cup and thought I could win it.
“I know people will say I’m ridiculous, but that’s how I’m made up.
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“You get into something and do your best to succeed, that’s what we will do in Europe. We are there and we want to succeed there.
“That’s what we’ll try to do. I don’t neglect this competition.
“I want us to play well there and win because it adds to the prestige and history of this football club.”
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Players like PSV, Fenerbahce, Marseille, Leicester City, Feyenoord and Roma are still in competition and, like Celtic, will have their eyes on the jackpot.
If the Hoops sail safely past Bodo, they’ll find their last 16 opponent on Feb. 25.
The draws of this stage of the competition will be played on March 10 and 17.
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