Celtic face a massive match against Malmo this evening as they bid to secure a place in the Champions League group stage draw on Thursday.
The game is live on BT Sport, kick-off 7.45pm, and Ronny Deila's men hold a 3-2 advantage from last Wednesday's first leg at Parkhead.
Jo Inge Berget's injury-time goal has left the tie in the balance but the Celtic boss believes his side have what it takes to complete the job in Sweden this evening.
Deila, who hopes full-back Mikael Lustig will recover from injury in time to play, said: "It is like a final. If we get through we have reached one of our goals this season. We know that the quality we have in our team is enough when we are at our best.
"We showed at Celtic Park that we are a better team than Malmo. Now we are away it is going to be a different game but we have confidence that if we are at our best we can win the game.
"We need to win everything in Scotland and we have to get into the Champions League. That's how it is at Celtic. We hate losing and we haven't done that for a long time. There is pressure on us to win but we have that every time and we know how to deal with that."