Tony Watt believes it will mean more to him to play against some of his childhood heroes than it was to score against Barcelona.
â€śI know everything about Juve â€“ theyâ€™re just a massive club,â€ť he said.
â€śI know (Alessandro) del Pieroâ€™s gone but I grew up watching guys like him, heâ€™s a hero of mine.
â€śI used to watch Champions League games when I was younger and he would just run the show. That was him â€“ just a wizard on the pitch.
â€ś(Andrea) Pirloâ€™s there too and ran the Euros against England.
â€śThen thereâ€™s (Gianluigi) Buffon whoâ€™s unreal and another hero I grew up watching.
â€śHeâ€™s been playing pretty much for my whole lifetime.
â€śI watched Drogba and also Henrik Larsson most of all growing up.
â€śIt would have been great if Drogba had signed for Juventus. Iâ€™d have loved to have played against him.â€ť
The 19-year old added: â€śThe Barca gameâ€™s behind me, Iâ€™ve only scored one goal for Celtic since I scored against them.
â€śSo I need to prove to the fans Iâ€™m not a one-hit wonder. To me Barcelonaâ€™s over, you canâ€™t think about that.
â€śAt the end of my career I donâ€™t want people to say I was just guy who scored against Barcelona. I want them to talk about lots of other things.
â€śThings like how many league titles Iâ€™ve won, how many cups Iâ€™ve won, how many goals Iâ€™ve scored.â€ť