Celtic manager Neil Lennon says he will consider handing Tony Watt his Champions League debut after the striker scored a double against Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
The Hoops lead Helsingborg 2-0 going into Wednesday’s second leg as they aim to clinch a spot in the group stages.
With Anthony Stokes out injured, 18-year-old Watt bagged a brace against Terry Butcher’s men as the Glasgow side won 4-2 in the Highlands.
And Lennon refused to rule the former Airdrie man out of facing the Swedish side in midweek.
"He has given himself a good chance," Lennon said.
"But it's such a huge game to throw a rookie in there.
"I don't know, I'll think about it, but I have an idea what the team will be."
Lennon was delighted with Watt's partnership with Gary Hooper.
"They were sensational," Lennon said.
"Tony gives us something a little bit different. "He is prepared to go in behind, has a physical presence, and is prepared to run at people. He does a lot of unselfish running.
"He was a real handful for two pretty strong centre-halves today.
"Gary just kept going into the pockets and picking up the ball deep and starting a lot of attacks off. I'm really, really pleased with their performances."