The Scottish champions will find out who they take on in the first knockout phase of Europe’s premier club competition when the draw takes place on Thursday and Israeli midfielder suggests Spain’s Malaga would be an ideal opponent.
“Malaga would be a brilliant draw for us. We need to do the job in the Champions League,” he said.
“We all want to believe we can win against anyone — we’re professionals and we are playing on a higher level now.
“There is no one we want to avoid in the draw.
“We would be happy to take Malaga — but we just need to wait until Thursday to see.”