Celtic winger Kris Commons admits the whole squad are confident they can win the Treble this season.
The Bhoys kept their Scottish Cup hopes alive as they came from behind twice with ten men to earn a 2-2 draw with Old Firm rivals Rangers in their fifth-round meeting.
Commons has been impressed by Neil Lennon's since joining last month from Derby and he believes Rangers are the team with problems at present.
"We've been talking about it [winning the Treble] in the dressing room. It's definitely on our minds," Commons told the Daily Record.
"We have the lethal combination of being hard to beat going forward and refusing to leak goals in defence.
"Our display against Rangers showed they are the team with a few worries that need to be sorted out."
Commons, who scored Celtic's first equaliser, admitted it was a blow to be substituted so early on in the game after being sacrificed by Lennon to allow Lukasz Zaluska to replace the sent-off Fraser Forster.
"It was a blow for me but sometimes things happen in games that give the manager no choice with his decision-making," added Commons.
"If you're forced down to 10 men then you might consider me to be a bit of a luxury you can't afford under those circumstances.
"It wouldn't have been possible for the manager to take Gary Hooper off, for instance, while he was needing an out-and-out goalscorer.
"I was a little bit surprised when I saw my number being held up but the fact I looked over to see if it was me might have shown subconsciously I thought it was a possibility I'd be the one who was sacrificed."