Thomas Rogne: 'Celtic have much more to give despite Champions League win'
The Norwegian defender says his team are confident they can finish the job on Wednesday.
Thomas Rogne insists Celtic have more to give when they face Helsingborg in the second leg of their Champions League play-off round tie.
The SPL champions were 2-0 winners in Sweden last week, but they had goalkeeper Fraser Forster to thank for keeping them in the game when their hosts carved out a number of first half chances.
"We've played better games," Rogne said. "Fraser kept us in it, especially in the first half.
"I wouldn't say we were lucky but the result could have been different, and we could have scored more at the end as well.
"I know we can play better than what we did but the result was massive. We can step up our game and hopefully we can do that on Wednesday.
"We are confident because we got a good result away from home which was important, but it's not finished as 2-0 is a difficult lead.
"They have nothing to lose and they will want to come here and play their football. They showed last week they are a good team, so it will be a tough game but we're all looking forward to it.
"We believe in ourselves, our team and group, and believe we can get a good result on Wednesday."
Celtic are bidding to make their first appearance in the competition’s group stages since the 2008/09 season and Rogne says their main objective this term is to qualify.
"It's very important," he said. "At the beginning of the season that was the biggest thing.
"That's what we trained for, that's why we went to Europe in pre-season and didn't travel so far, and did the preparation we did.
"There have been some fantastic nights at Celtic Park and it looks just amazing.
"We haven't been there for a while and Celtic are a massive club who should and deserve to be it and hopefully this time we can. But first we have to get there, and that's the main thing."