STEFAN JOHANSEN believes the Celtic support can roar the Hoops to the Treble.
The Norwegian midfielder revelled in the special Hampden atmosphere created by the Celtic support in the 2-0 League Cup semi-final success.
Johansen said: “It’s important to get the first goal in these types of games and, of course, we managed to do that though Leigh Griffiths.
“After Kris Commons scored the second, we controlled the game very well.
“It was a professional performance from us.”
Johansen, who has now been at Celtic Park for a year after being signed by former boss Neil Lennon, admitted Celtic still have it all to do when they face Dundee United in the Cup Final on March 15.
The hard-working performer added: “We are only in the Final and nothing has been won yet.
“Dundee United are a very decent side and we lost away to them earlier in the season.
“It will be a difficult match and I am looking forward to it.
“The atmosphere on Sunday was absolutely amazing – it was unreal.
“The supporters here are fantastic.
“It was a great feeling to play in front of them and, hopefully, they can continue supporting us in every game and help us to get the trophies we want this season.”