Neil Lennon is set to make some changes to his Celtic team on Wednesday against Swansea as he looks to work on new things.
The SPL season has already started but Lennon is still keen to work on the balance and blend of his season before the business end of the campaign.
"We'll try and put a good team out," Lennon told www.celticfc.net. "Again, we might look at a different formation and see how that suits some of the players.
"We'll go with a strongish team, and we will leave some of the more senior boys who put a lot of effort in over the weekend behind just so they have a couple of training days ahead of the game at Pittodrie."
Meanwhile, Kelvin Wilson admits the experience of playing against Inter Milan last weekend in the Dublin Super Cup is an experience that he will treasure.
Wilson said: "The Inter game was a great experience, playing against world-class players, which you don't do every week. I took a few things from it."