Lennon eyes Helsinki scalp
Celtic boss Neil Lennon insists his side will not play for a draw when they travel to HJK Helsinki on Wednesday night.
The Parkhead side grabbed a 2-1 victory last week in the first-leg of their Champions League third qualifying round and only need a draw to secure their progress.
However, Lennon insists he has no plans to set his team up to play for the draw and is eager to seal another win over the Finnish outfit.
"It is very difficult to set your team out to play for a draw," said Lennon. "I am not too sure we have too many players in that mindset.
"It is not an SPL game so we have to approach it a little bit differently, but we are not coming here to sit back and defend all night because that can bring problems.
"We will try to score a goal, or maybe two, if we can but a clean sheet will get us through and we will focus on that as well. We will try to prepare the players as best we can and hopefully we can get a very good performance out of them tonight."
Lennon may be without Scott Brown and James Forrest for the trip to Helsinki as the pair are considered doubts with respective hip and groin problems.
However, striker Georgios Samaras has shrugged off a knock and is available, while defender Charlie Mulgrew returns from suspension.