Celtic will welcome Valencia to Scotland later this week in the first leg of their Europa League clash.
The Spanish outfit are not enjoying their finest season domestically, but will still fancy their chances of progressing in the cup competitions.
Brendan Rodgers will be hoping to take the club’s good form into the first leg, while the second leg takes place the following week.
Valencia dropped out of the Champions League during the group stages and fell into the Europa League.
While their season may not be going to plan, they still have plenty of dangerous players to watch out for.
We take a closer look at who they are ahead of Thursday’s tie.
Carlos Soler looks set to become one of Spain’s next best talents.
Valencia have produced a number of talented players over the years and Soler looks like he could be the next to move on for big money in the near future.
Playing primarily from the right, Soler is also able to play centrally. He is likely to be one of Valencia’s most creative players over the two legs.
The 27-year-old has pace to burn and will be looking to test the Celtic defence on Thursday night if he plays.
What Valencia do boast is a wealth of options in the final third and Rodrigo is one of them.
Seven goals and six assists in all competitions may not seem like a huge return for the Spaniard, but he is a player that Celtic will need to keep a close eye on.
Parejo will be out to dictate the tempo of the game for Valencia.
The 29-year-old boasts a wealth of experience and can play across the midfield.
With an eye for a pass, Parejo is your typical Spanish ballplaying midfielder and can consider himself unfortunate that his career has not taken off in the way some expected it to during his younger years.