Dutch defender Jos Hooiveld insists he will be fully focused when Celtic take on Utrecht on Thursday.
The 27-year-old is returning to his homeland determined to help the Hoops - who are two goals up after the first leg - beat the Eredivisie outfit and reach the Europa League group stages.
He insists it is 'nothing special' to play once more in Holland, where he began his career with local side Heerenveen before spells in Austria, Finland, Sweden and now Scotland.
He said: "We play here with 11 against 11 as well so it's not really special. I don't have so much with the Dutch people in a football way and they don't have so much with me.
"My last game in Holland was five or six years ago so it's been a while and maybe I've forgotten a bit how it was. In five or six years a lot of things can change."
Hooiveld also insists he has nothing to prove to Dutch fans as he seeks to help the Hoops build upon their two-goal advantage from the first leg at Parkhead.
He added: "If you're playing for Celtic, you have the proof there every week that you're worth that.
"I want to prove to them (Celtic) more that I am worthy of the shirt than I want to prove here in Holland what I can do in one game."
But Hooiveld believes Celtic as a side do have something to prove in the play-off, but not because of the disappointing UEFA Champions League qualifying defeat to Braga.
He said: "Celtic always has to prove a point and that applies in the Europa League as well. But it's not because of what happened in the Champions League.
"It's because it's something you want to do and something you have to do. Let's see how we do."