Lewis Morgan is confident that his Celtic side can grab all three points from their home Europa League fixture against RB Leipzig on Thursday, InsideFutbol reports.

Celtic have been in impressive form of late and Morgan came off the bench in the Hoops 5-0 thrashing of Hearts at the weekend.

Morgan was on the receiving end of an horrific challenge from Hearts’ Peter Herring late in the game but is expected to be fit for Thursday’s Europa League clash.

Celtic lost 2-0 in the away fixture against Leipzig last month but Morgan believes that the club can take their impressive league form into the European competition.

We go into every game with confidence knowing that we can win it.

From there, it’s about making sure that when those games do come that we’re ready.

I think it’ll be an entertaining game.

Both teams like to play attacking football and it’s a game we’re going into high in confidence.

Obviously this comes on the back of the run we’ve had, and it’s one we’re looking to take three points from.

Morgan went on to praise the Celtic home faithful and spoke of the importance of the fans backing the team in big games.

The crowd at Celtic Park is so important, not just in Europe, but domestically as well.

Having the support we’ve had is also a big thing that doesn’t get spoken about enough in this recent run we’re on – the home and away fans have been great.

Do Celtic have enough to get past RB Leipzig?