Celtic's Johan Mjallby: 'We want to end Champions League campaign on a good note'

Celtic manager Neil Lennon during a friendly with Brentford on July 20, 2013
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Celtic assistant boss Johan Mjallby says that the team want to end their Champions League campaign on a "good note" against Barcelona.

Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby has insisted that the Scottish outfit want to go out of the Champions League on a "good note".

The Bhoys have already been eliminated from Europe, but will play their final Group H match against Barcelona on Wednesday.

"Our target is to finish off the Champions League campaign on a good note," BBC Sport quotes Mjallby as saying.

"To be fair to the players, they've played well this season but probably just failed a little bit in the final third."

Celtic are guaranteed to finish at the bottom of their group having taken three points from their five matches.

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