Celtic defender Adam Matthews believes that the Parkhead club have what it takes to move a step closer towards their Champions League dream in Helsinki.
Neil Lennon's side currently hold a 2-1 lead from last week's third round qualifier first leg, but in order to progress it is likely that they will require another goal.
As it stands, it would be Celtic who would progress but given that conceding just once would put them out of the tournament, finding the net in Finland would give them a far more comfortable cushion.
The Hoops stuttered to victory on Saturday over Aberdeen but Matthews believes Celtic are capable of playing far better.
"Playing in Europe would be a great experience for this very young team, it would make us better players and that will be good for the domestic game as well," he told the Celtic website.
"We're fully confident we can take HJK on at their stadium.
"We know it's going to be a tough game but with the players we've got we think we can go over there, play our own game and get the result we need.
"I think they carried a good threat over here, they've got pace on the wings and were good on the counter-attack.
"That's their main threat so we have to be switched on to that as a back four and as a team.
"We had a good run in the Europa League last year. We played some good teams and put in some good performances, so of course we're going to take confidence from it."