Udinese midfielder Pablo Armero insists the joint Serie A leaders are ready to advance in the Europa League at Celtic's expense.
The Italian club need a point in their home Group I contest to secure their spot in the round of 32 and a place in Friday's draw.
The Colombia international believes his team-mates will be going for the win against Neil Lennon's side at Stadio Friuli.
The 25-year-old knows all the pressure will be on Celtic to secure a result and that Udinese are not even contemplating crashing out.
"We only need a point to advance, but we're only thinking about winning. We want to finish the group stage in positive fashion," Armero told skysports.com.
"The game comes at the best time for Udinese in the season. We're joint-leaders in Serie A and we've increased our level of play.
"We want to do well in the Europa League. Pressure doesn't affect our game. At home it's impossible for us to fail.
"If Celtic play with fear then there will be problems for the Scottish team. We just need to play our own game and dominate possession. This is key.
"Going out of Europe has not entered our minds. It'll be a hard match and we're prepared for the battle."