Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon has revealed that his side are better than they were in the Champions League a year ago due to an improved style of play.
The Hoops face a potentially daunting Champions League encounter against French giants PSG on Tuesday during which they will be overwhelming underdogs.
Gordan could have a challenging game as he is likely to be tested by the likes of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani who are regarded as being among the world’s best attackers in football.
Nonetheless, the veteran Gordon, who is the first choice keeper for both the Hoops and Scotland, believes that his side can gain a positive result from the game due to the way in which they have improved.
He said, “It’s great to think you’re going to play against the talent they’ve got. I think we’ll be quietly confident that we can do something against them and go and get a result. We’re not daunted, we just want to go and play. We’re confident in our own ability.”