Celtic assistant manager, Chris Davies, acknowledges that his side will face a tough Borussia Monchengladbach in Tuesday UEFA Champions League clash.
Davies, however, is hopeful that the Bhoys have learned from their first meeting.
The Celts lost 2-0 at Paradise to the Bundesliga outfit.
The Briton says the Scottish champions have a plan and hopes to see the team execute it.
“It’s just about performing for us. They are a top team (and) this is a top competition.
“This is the top level we all want to be at. You have to be at your top level to get results.
“They are a very good team and we saw that at Celtic park,” Davies told the club’s website on Monday.
The 31-year-old adds that Borussia Monchengladbach are expansive, open, play quickly, and good with the ball.
“Defensively they are organised as well, so we’ve analysed (the) first game and we have a plan we can take to Germany now and hopefully we can execute the plan and get the result.”