Dundee midfielder Mark Kerr feels his new team could be the latest to spring a surprise on Celtic this weekend.
The Hoops have drawn with Hibernian and Ross County in the SPL this term before losing out to St Johnstone last Saturday.
Kerr, 30, made his debut for the Dark Blues in their 2-1 defeat to Motherwell.
And ahead of meeting Neil Lennon’s side, he said: “Celtic are such a good club with so many good players and maybe they took their eyes off the ball for a wee bit in the past couple of weeks.
“We’re just looking to go down there and take positives from the game, go and try and maybe get a goal or two and just do our best. We want a positive performance to take out of the game if nothing else.”
Dundee’s last away match was their 1-0 victory over Hearts at Tynecastle.
Having picked up all four points on the road so far, Kerr feels they will need luck on their side to take anything from Celtic Park.
He added: “I wasn’t involved in the Hearts game but as far as I heard the boys did really well and outplayed Hearts in the first half and then held on second half.
“If you can do that from week to week then the boys will be doing well. We need to go there and be positive and hopefully get the breaks which you need at Parkhead then we could get a result.”
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