But he declared: “It would be great if we could get three points. We’re going across to Norway to try and win the game and then we’ve got the home tie coming up against them after that.
“I’ve got a feeling this group will go right to the last game the way it’s shaping up. It would be nice to qualify before the last game, but, first and foremost, we’ve got to get three points tomorrow.”
The Hoops assistant boss added: “When the draw was made, most people didn’t expect Molde to be top of the group after two games.
“Individually, they don’t have the same quality of players as other teams in group, but, as a team, they’ve got it right for the European campaign.
“We started our two previous games very well, scoring goals, and that’s something we need to get better at – holding on to a lead.
Croatian defender Jozo Simunovic, who has played only one game – the 2-2 draw with Ajax in Amsterdam – since his £5.5million transfer from Dinao Zagreb, is in the squad but unlikely to start.