McGregor confident of scoring 'massive' goal in Athens
Callum McGregor scored Celtic's goal as they were held in qualifying by AEK Athens.
Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor said he'd displayed a knack for scoring that left him confident of hitting the back of the net in Athens.
The Scotland international scored the opener at Celtic Park as Brendan Rodgers' side took the lead against AEK Athens in the Champions League third round qualifier.
But the Greek champions equalised before holding out for a draw to take the advantage in the tie.
McGregor has already struck twice this campaign and believes he can repeat the feat to send Celtic through in Greece.
Asked how big it would be to score in Athens, he said: "Massive, we know what we need to do. The players are in no doubt how big the game is."
He added: "If I get a chance, I've showed I can finish them. We need to be on the front foot and if a chance comes my way hopefully I can stick it away."
Celtic have work to do in Athens after letting their slip.
McGregor said the Hoops will travel to Greece full of belief having shown themselves of getting big results on the road in Europe in recent seasons.
He added: "They're in a strong position, but we've shown we can create chances.
"When we get them we have to put them away and have to be defensively strong.
"We've went away from home and got good results, scoring goals. It shows we are a threat, the big thing for us is the tactical awareness to make sure we don't concede."