It’s one of the toughest groups in the competition, but Larsson insisted the Parkhead outfit must go forward with confidence if they are to have any chance of reaching the last 16.
“If you have that, then anything is possible. If you do not have that, then you are as well not being there at all.
“If you are good enough to be in the Champions League then you are good enough to go and do something in the competition.
“It is not a question of finding it difficult or feeling the pressure. It is about what you want to achieve for your club and what you want to achieve for yourself and your career.
“This is the Champions League; it is the biggest tournament you can play in. You can only eclipse that by playing in a World Cup or one of the European finals.
“There is pressure, but there is always pressure as a football player and that is something you have to handle very quickly.
“These are important games for the club. It is where you can make your reputation as a player.
“The nights at Celtic Park in the Champions League are special. There is something about the crowd and the atmosphere and also something that could bring out the best in Celtic at times.
“You have to enjoy that as a player. You have to want that.”