Neil Lennon has described Celtic’s 2-1 win over Barcelona in the Champions League as ‘something special’.
The Bhoys secured a famous victory against the La Liga giants at Celtic Park thanks to goals from Victor Wanyama and Tony Watt.
And Lennon, who played for the club before taking over the manager’s role, hailed his side’s performance.
“The European nights at Celtic are pretty special,” he told Keys and Gray. “At the end of the day we haven’t done anything yet. We haven’t qualified and I said to the players last night that they’ll get judged at the end of the six games.
“We’ve given ourselves a good platform though. The team did something really, really special last night. It’s not often you get the chance to pat yourself on the back but, when the good times come, you have to do that.”
The Hoops lost 2-1 to an injury-time Jordi Alba goal at the Nou Camp last month after going ahead and Lennon went on to say that he feared the Catalan giants would come from behind, to snatch victory, again.
"Seriously, when Tony Watt scored the second goal in 83 minutes, I turned round to my assistant Johan (Mjallby) and said 'I think we might get a point out of this game," he added. "The legs of some players were starting to go a little bit and they (Barca) just wear you down.
"They keep coming and keep coming but it was a remarkable effort.
"We had to dig deep. It meant so much to so many people and it is a boost for Scottish football considering all the negative press we have had over the last six months.
"I told them before the game that this was their moment, make the most of it.
"At the Nou Camp we defended valiantly and came away with nothing and before the game I said, 'don't be gallant losers again, use that as motivation. You know what's coming, know you are going to lose possession and be under pressure, can you see it out this time?'
"To be fair, we got the breaks at the right time."