Celtic striker Tony Watt hopes by focusing on the Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with St Mirren he will earn a place for next week's Champions League trip to Barcelona.
Paisley's St Mirren Park and the Nou Camp are poles apart, but Watt is keen to be involved in both matches and insisted the Hoops cannot be distracted by the prospect of facing the Catalan giants.
"We'll be prepared for Barcelona as much as we can, but the main focus is St Mirren," the 18-year-old said. "The Barcelona game is not in view just now, it's St Mirren.
"You need to do well in the league to be in the Champions League. We need to beat them and then focus on Barca.
"There's no point in losing games in the SPL and winning in the Champions League. You need to get a balance. Hopefully we can do well in both."
Watt is beaming at the prospect of going to the Nou Camp, though.
"If I'm travelling with the squad, I'm happy with that," he said. "Even going over and watching a team like that will be unreal, different class."
Celtic are two points behind Barcelona in Champions League Group G after beating Spartak Moscow in Russia last time out.
Watt knows the two matches against the Spaniards could go a long way to deciding if his side can progress from the group stages.
Watt added: "The next two games against Barca will be important. Hopefully we can take something out of that and the game after that (at Benfica) will be the big one."