Forrest: Recent Hampden form stands Celtic in good stead
The Hoops winger also said his side 'can't just turn up' to the clash against Motherwell.
James Forrest believes that Celtic's recent form at Hampden will place them in good stead ahead of the Scottish Cup final against Motherwell.
Brendan Rodgers could make Saturday his eighth win in a row at the national stadium in Mount Florida, as well as lifting his sixth piece of silverware in two seasons.
Ahead of the final, Hoops winger Forrest said: "We've been at Hampden more frequently in the last couple of years, we've had a lot of semi-finals and then finals and ever since the manager came in - we have won every game there.
"We can take a lot of confidence from that, but we know we can't just turn up.
"We need to be prepared for a hard game on Saturday."
When questioned on the potential of a historic back-to-back treble, Forrest responded: "We are not getting carried away.
"A one-off game against anyone can be hard.
"We need to make sure we turn up from the first minute until the last and make sure we're at it. Because if we're not - teams have shown this season that we can be beaten."
Celtic secured their first piece of silverware this season in November in a 2-0 win over Motherwell in the League Cup final at Hampden.
The Hoops were defeated in semi-finals and finals to Ross County, Inverness, St Mirren and Kilmarnock in eight out of 16 visits to Hampden before Rodgers replaced Ronny Deila.