Europa League: Celtic aim to finish group with win over RB Salzburg
Celtic will aim to finish their Europa League group campaign with victory over RB Salzburg despite only needing one point to qualify, says Brendan Rodgers.
The Scottish champions put themselves in pole position to claim second spot with their 1-0 victory over Rosenborg.
But manager Rodgers is keen to use home advantage to finish a "great learning campaign" on a high on 13 December.
"Like always, we will go in to win the game - it is very hard to just play for a point and a draw," he said.
"We will be playing against a good side but we want to win the game and use the whole Celtic Park experience and atmosphere to push us over the line.
"It will be a fantastic demonstration of the Celtic support and what that synergy between them and the team is all about."
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'The injuries will be fine'
Rodgers was "very pleased" with the way his players responded to the pressure needing victory in Norway to maintain their hopes of a place in the last 32.
Scott Sinclair's first-half header secured a sixth win in a seven-game unbeaten run, maintaining their momentum heading into Sunday's League Cup final against Aberdeen at Hampden Park.
"To play to that level technically was a good insight for me, to see the calmness and confidence and how they all connected with the pressing," Rodgers said.
"Even in the last couple of years, and going into that first League Cup final [against Aberdeen in 2016], I would say this is the best level of performance, probably because we have been together a bit longer and the players have gained confidence from winning trophies.
"We will prepare for a tough game of course, but our aim is to win."
Rodgers played down the second-half withdrawals of right-back Mikael Lustig, who came off with what "looks like a bit of a dead leg", and winger James Forrest, who required treatment for a knock before later being substituted. Striker Odsonne Edouard was also replaced.
"A few of the boys we just needed to protect," he said. "It was precautionary really with Mika and James, and with Odsonne being our only fit striker with Griff [Leigh Griffiths] just coming back.
"The plan was to give him 65 minutes and then get some game time into one or two others. I think the injuries will be fine."
Meanwhile, captain Scott Brown returned to action for the first time since 20 October, coming on as substitute for the final 14 minutes to increase Rodgers' selection options for the final.
'It sets Celtic up perfectly' - analysis
Former Scotland defender Willie Miller on BBC Radio Scotland
Celtic, throughout the 90 minutes, were the better side. They created more chances and completely dominated the first half. It's a great result for them. It sets it up perfectly for the final game.
If you were given the situation going into the final game at home, having to get a draw or a win, then at the beginning of this campaign you would have certainly taken that.