SWEDISH defender Mikael Lustig insists there will be no chance of complacency when red-hot favourites Celtic face Inverness Caley Thistle in the Scottish Cup at Parkhead tomorrow.
The right-back, who agreed a two-year contract extension recently, said: “It’s going to be tough, but our confidence is really high, so we are going to go out there and perform.
“It’s a massive game and there is a little bit of pressure. We really want to win it and, of course, in Cups, when you lose, you’re out.
“But, as I said, we are confident right now.”
The experienced international has won four league titles, two League Cups and one Scottish Cup – and he is determined to add to his medal haul by the end of this campaign.
He said: “My aspirations are to win titles.
“We want to become a steady Champions League team, in group stages every year and, hopefully, begin to progress to the last 16, as well.”
Lustig added: “I’m really happy here, I’ve been here for a long time and that’s why I wanted to commit to the club.
“I want to stay here as long as possible.”