Leigh Griffiths took to Twitter on Monday afternoon after the Scottish League Cup semi-final draw was announced.
Celtic will face Ross County and the 25-year-old insists it will be a challenging game.
Of course, the formbooks suggest Celtic are heavy favourites, with the Bhoys winning 4-1 at Ross County just yesterday.
Griffiths himself, meanwhile, scored just twice in three minutes and will likely be in among the goals if he isn't injured when the semi-final comes around.
So Ross county in the semi-final. Regardless who we got, it's going to be a hard game.— leigh griffiths (@Leighgriff09) November 9, 2015
Meanwhile, Celtic assistant boss John Collins spoke to the press after the draw was made.
He admits the Bhoys will be big favourites but suggests that poses a danger. Indeed, Collins feels County will go into the game with nothing to lose.
A similar situation presented itself last season, when the Bhoys faced Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the Scottish Cup semi-finals - and duly lost:
JC: We’re content with the draw. We look forward to it and it’s another challenge. (MD)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 9, 2015
JC: @RCFCStaggies will be coming here with nothing to lose and we’ll be the big favourites, no doubt.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 9, 2015
Celtic will naturally be aiming to defend their Scottish League Cup title and go one better to secure a domestic treble.
It will be interesting to see how fans and pundits alike view the Bhoys' season if they fail in Europe but do end up winning all three Scottish trophies available to them.