Goalkeeper Craig Gordon insists Celtic will take on Paris Saint-Germain with a different mindset to when they were thrashed 5-0.
The Bhoys were hammered by the French giants in week one of the Champions League as the Ligue 1 side's superstars tore them apart.
Neymar, Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe were all on target in Glasgow and PSG have already secured their spot in the last 16.
The best the Hoops can reasonably hope for is a place in the Europa League and they must finish above Anderlecht to stay in Europe this term.
Victory at the Parc des Princes would seem a long shot but Gordon has made it clear they will try to ruffle a few feathers.
"We've got a game plan we're coming here to try," he said. "We know it's going to be very difficult to implement but we want to give ourselves a chance of staying in the match as long as possible.
"I think we knew they were a good team but we maybe sat off a little bit and we can be a bit more aggressive than we were in the first game."