STUART ARMSTRONG is adamant Celtic will stand up and be counted against Barcelona on Wednesday night.
The in-form midfielder said: “I don’t care who it is who become the new Tony Watt – as long as it’s someone!”
He said: “We have a chance to redeem ourselves on Wednesday after the disappointing away game.
“We’re looking forward to it, but we can’t forget that game in the Nou Camp entirely. We don’t want to dwell on it, either, but it’s important we learn from it and make sure we don’t make the same mistakes again.
“That one game didn’t set a trend for the rest of them. We had good performances against Manchester City and Borussia Monchengladbach.
“We showed we had learned. But let’s not forget Barcelona are a top quality team. They are one of – if not the – best in the world.
“But, in saying that, the way we lost was so disappointing. We’ve improved since then and, hopefully, we bring that in to Wednesday.
“If we want to be in Europe after Christmas then we need to take something from the game. Every game in the Champions League is a must win.”