Motherwell winger Chris Cadden isn’t afraid of playing Celtic.
The Steelmen meet Celtic at Hampden Park in Sunday’s Betfred Cup Final.
Despite Celtic being on a 65 game unbeaten domestic run, the Motherwell man claims the Hoops don’t scare his side.
He told the Sunday Post: “I don’t know why everybody is building Celtic up to be unbelievable.
“They are a good team, but it’s 11 men against 11 men at the end of the day. The game’s not played on paper, it’s played on the park. We will go out there with confidence to beat them.”
He went on: “I think if we can go out and do what we did in the last few rounds against Aberdeen and Rangers, there’s no reason why we can’t beat them. Someone has got to beat them, so why not us?”
Motherwell defeated Aberdeen 3-0 in their Betfred Cup quarter-final and Rangers 2-0 in the semi-final.
Whilst Motherwell have a free week before the cup final, Celtic are in Paris to take on PSG in their penultimate Champions League group stage game.
The Betfred Cup Final is the first in a trilogy of games between Celtic and Motherwell.
Following the game at Hampden, the teams meet at Fir Park on Wednesday the 29th of November before the tems meet once again at Celtic Park on Saturday the 2nd of December.
In other Celtic news, Derek Rae hopes that the Hoops lose the Betfred Cup Final