Celtic have automatically qualified for the Champions League group stages for the second season in a row under manager Ange Postecoglou.

The Hoops will be looking to strengthen their ranks in the summer and the Aussie has already stated that he has a number of targets in mind.

Having gained just two points from a possible 18 in six outings against Real Madrid, RB Leipzig and Shakhtar Donetsk last term the Celtic boss will want to make sure his men make a better fist of it this time around.

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Despite the swirling vortex of alleged interest from English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur it is very much business as usual for Postecoglou and his men.

Celtic could reel off a world record eighth domestic treble if they can defeat Inverness in the Scottish Cup final on Saturday at Hampden Park.

No club in world football has ever won eight domestic trebles and it would be a wonderful milestone achievement for the Aussie and his side if they managed to create another slice of Celtic history by getting this one over the line were handed another boost in that quest as they look set to be cheered on by even more supporters with an increased allocation for the showpiece in the pipeline.

The match which will take place on Saturday at the later time of 5.30 pm, due to a clash with the FA Cup between Manchester United and Manchester City getting underway at 3pm has seen the Highlanders fail to shift their full allocation of 8,000 tickets.

Billy Dodds underdogs will be roared on by some 6,000 supporters but as a result of that Celtic will receive more briefs for the climax to the Scottish football season which would hand the men from Glasgow an advantage in terms of numbers at the national stadium.

And Dodds feels that despite the reduced allocation his side can cause an upset.

Speaking to the Press and Journal, he said: "A thing that I will pass over to the players is that there has to be a calmness.

"There can’t be a madness. I’ve seen it in dressing rooms, yeah you bump everyone up, give a few high fives, chest bumps, wish everyone all the best, but there can’t be an insanity, running about like a mad man.

"It can’t be like that, there has got to be a focus and a calmness. I want to bring that as well because I know when I do, that’s when my team can perform.

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