DUNDEE defender Cammy Kerr is still settling in to the rigours of the Premiership, but can’t wait to have a crack at champions Celtic at Parkhead on Saturday.
The 21-year-old wing-back admitted: “The players will relish the opportunity and the challenge ahead to go there and try our best.
“We have to work hard because we know it will be a tough game as they are in great form in the league.
“We will definitely go there with the belief we can get something out of the game.
“If you keep them quiet for the first 20-25 minutes, then the crowd might start to get on their backs a wee bit.
“We know we have players who have the work-rate who can put on that kind of dogged display.
“We could have won it last time we were at Celtic when Kosta Gadzhalov was unlucky with a header to make it 1-0 to us.
“We were excellent that night and we just have to take a wee bit from last time and push on again.”
The Dens Park youth product thinks Hoops have been revitalised this season and recalled how tough it was at Dens Park earlier in the campaign.
He added: “They seem a rejuvenated team under Brendan Rodgers. They’re more relaxed and expressive on the ball.
“The players all interchange, I remember the game at Dens and the players go everywhere – they are so hard to mark.”
The Parkhead men had to rely on a solitary effort from skipper Scott Brown for the points on Tayside in October, but the midfielder, after picking up six bookings, is banned for Saturday’s meeting.