Neymar has warned Celtic they will only get better ahead of their friendly after PSG rattled in an incredible 16 goals in just two friendly matches.
The Hoops face the French champions at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday, and PSG warmed up with a 7-0 victory against Waasland-Beveren.
That followed a 9-0 victory against former Rangers boss Paul Le Guen’s current outfit, Le Havre.
Now Brazilian superstar Neymar – who netted in the win against the Belgian side, and also set up an audacious assist for Mauro Icardi from the penalty spot – has insisted they won’t take their foot off the gas against Neil Lennon’s men.
The 28-year-old also revealed that he was concerned that he might pick up an injury because of the physical approach taken by Waasland-Beveren.
Neymar said: “Yes, we were a little scared.
“We are here for a friendly match, so those types of things should not have been happening.
“We are here to prepare ourselves, but also to be careful.
“But we gave them a little bit back, so there are no problems.
“I was very happy to come back and play at home, with some fans as well.
“We are preparing little by little to get to the maximum. We keep on improving, and our next test is against Celtic.
“Then we play in the Cup Final and then the Champions League. Rest is not very important.”
PSG boss, Thomas Tuchel, admitted he is relishing facing the Hoops at home.
He said: “We created a lot of chances and had no injuries, so it was a good night.
“The team is very focused and has benefitted from working together.
“We now have had two extraordinary results, and we want to continue that on Tuesday against Celtic.
“It’s always good to play at the Parc des Princes.
“It’s a unique, spectacular stadium, and there’s always a special atmosphere.
“Whether we play Le Havre, Beveren or Celtic, it’s our goal to play the best game possible.
“For the match against Celtic, we might give the players 45 minutes each, so they will be fresh for the Cup Final on Friday against St Etienne.”
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