“I told him just to wait until he experiences a game against them at Celtic Park – it is even better. The atmosphere at Hampden is different, I think, to what it is like inside Celtic Park, but it is still an extraordinary experience.
“I think Ronny knows now what it is all about and he will be ready going into that game.
“I am actually coming over to the game with some Norwegian friends who have always wanted to see what this match is like.
“I think once you have been a Celtic player you do not ever forget that feeling for the club. I will be cheering as loudly as anyone.
“I felt that if the club were not going to spend a lot of money in the transfer market last summer then it would be hard for them in Europe. But winning the league and the Scottish Cup would be a decent season.
“I have some good memories of Hampden. Some not so good, too, although scoring when we beat Aberdeen to win the League Cup in what had been a very tough season was great.