Kenyan Victor Wanyama is confident that his team will make it to the round of 16, ahead of their Tuesday 2 October UEFA Champions League group match against Spartak Moskva.
Celtic drew 0-0 against Benfica in their first match and Wanyama hopes they will do better than that against Spartak.
-All the clubs who qualify for the Champions League are always big teams and
always good teams, he told the Eveningtimes.
-So, we are ready for any team, and we are looking just to get better results. I was happy after the Benfica game because I think we were the better side.
-We can only improve, and we are looking forward to doing that and winning more points in the Champions League.
Wanyama also confirms that participation in the Champions League has helped shape him into a better player.
-The more you play, the more you learn, and, in that particular game, I think I learned a couple of important things.
-The speed of the Champions League is different. It is always high, and I have learned to cope with that.
Celtic and Spartak are in Group G, together with Barcelona and Benfica.