FORMER Celtic winger Didier Agathe is convinced his old club will reach the Champions League play-offs.
The ex-Hoops star reckons Brendan Rodgers’ men will overcome Rosenborg in Trondheim in midweek to get within three hours of the money-spinning group stages.
Agathe said: “I am 100 per cent confident they will get through.
“You do not go through a season where you win the treble and are unbeaten domestically and suddenly lose all confidence.
“People talk about fighting spirit and having the courage to go and get big results away from home, but that spirit comes from belief. It comes from knowing what you are capable of doing on the football pitch.
“That comes from the experience of having won games, of having grown together as a team.
“Celtic can call on that from last season. They have not lost their way because they didn’t turn it on for just one game – a game at the very beginning of their campaign.
“I am certain they will go through on Wednesday night. They are a team who can play with pressure.
“They can trust one another and they know for sure that they can trust their manager.
“When you put that together it makes you a very strong team.”