Inverness boss Terry Butcher believes his side can continue their unbeaten run in Glasgow this weekend and ruin Celtic's title party at the same time.
Thistle dumped Third Division champions Rangers out of the League Cup with a 3-0 win at Ibrox in October, before Billy Mckay won the day at Celtic Park four weeks later.
Neil Lennon's men can secure their 44th championship pennant title with a draw but Butcher has his eyes on European football for the Highlands next season.
The Caley boss said: "We've beaten Celtic down there, and Rangers too. Whenever we play in Glasgow, we win. It's as simple as that.
"Our away displays this season have been excellent. We have got two away fixtures at the start of this run-in - two great games to look forward to.
"We got to 58 points a few years ago and finished seventh, which was a magnificent total. We're on 51 now, which is brilliant. But we feel there is more points to be attained.
"If we want to get to Europe, and our driving ambition is to get there, then we need to pick up points. The more we get, early on especially, the more it stands us in good stead.
"We will have a go at it. We certainly want it now we are in the top six. We have achieved the first part of our double. Now the second part is still to come hopefully.
"It will be the season of all seasons if we can do that, but it's something we want to achieve."
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