ROSENBORG winger Yann-Erik de Lanlay admits he is “very confident” of knocking Celtic out of the Champions League.
The Norwegians gained a goalless draw in the first leg at Parkhead in midweek and are now aiming to finish the job in Trondheim on Wednesday.
De Lanlay said: “It was a good performance from our side, we played a good game.
“Nil-nil is good for us as we know when we play at home we are much stronger and we are going for the win.
“When we get the draw it is a good result, so we just need to focus on training good and be ready for the next game.
“We are very confident, we have a good opportunity now, so we are looking forward to the game.”
The Trondheim side sat back for long spells in Glasgow, but De Lanlay says the Brendan Rodgers’ men can expect a more attacking display when they visit Norway.
He added: “We have more confidence at home and know we have to attack more.
“That’s how we play at home, it was a different game here. We always score at Lerkendal.”
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