Callum McGregor insists that the people of Alex McLeish should change the mentality of the whole nation if Scotland is to become a force in the major finals again.
The Celtic midfielder believes that the population has become frightened after two decades of football failure – but he is determined that players like his club members with the trophy and Liverpool's Andy Robertson can monitor the change in the country's approach by providing success on the pitch.
Gregor and the Scotland Division of Albania on Friday the first of a double title, which also includes the stifling of Tuesday with Israel to decide the fate of the league of the country.
Success will bring qualification to the Euro 2020 Play-offs and McGregor wants the positive mindset to seep through all of them both inside and outside of the class.
McLeish's gang was hit by calls, and after two decades of failure to try to reach a big final, the tartan army again fears another sad disappointment after 180 or die.
The desperate defeat of last month in Israel at the previous institution did nothing to change the mood of the impending doom outside the camp.
McGregor, however, says that Outlook should be changed by young Braves.
According to a winning mentality at Celtic, the 25-year-old has not entered the arena with fear and insists on security and fear can not be the hallmark of McLeish's stars during the next four days of preparation or break.
McGregor admits it would be like a mentality like the ability as he said: "I think so.
"We had a hard night in Israel and it's about the players' mental state like everything.
"We're all good players and we all showed it at the club level, but it's about trying to bring it to harness the team spirit.
"We want to bring the country into a positive place where they want to be.
"When you did not have a period of such success, then it became fans and it is our job to bring the excitement back to try and qualify.
"It's a lot of pressure and great responsibility, but this group of players is certainly good enough to do it.
"It's just a case of trying to take off the whole pitch on the field and on the field.
"Every player wants to win and succeed and especially the Celtic friend has had massive success in recent years.It almost becomes normal.
"If you do not win then you think: What's going on here, what's going on?
"I think it's important to try and bring this winning mentality to the classroom.
MacGregor wants to be one of the leaders of Kalish and continued: "I've experienced a lot of great games now and I think it helps you.
"You know you've been in difficult places before and out of another end after a successful one.
"From personal experience, the more you see it the more relaxed you are at it.
"You know that's what you need to do to get through this.
"Everyone is different and preparing for the games in a different way, but the boys just do it separately and then come together to get this level of peace and believe we can get the results.
"You know it's always hard to get out of the house, especially in places where it's the back of a place.
"The atmosphere can be slightly different to European things, but the more you experience it, the more it helps you as an actor.
"The Celtic boys in the squad will try to help the other guys with that and Andy [Robertson] She also had a lot to go to different places.
"It's an attempt to harness the experience we have and try to take it to the games.
"You play at the highest level for your club and have had tough tests before.
"It's an international game, but we've had tougher tests than that and against so-called bigger countries.
"We played in some games.
"We were decent against Portugal before they got the goal before half the time there are signs that the team is starting to come together.You should try and use this experience as a class.
"We need to be better than we were on the last trip and we need results, it should be a great effort from all the guys.
"We are at a stage where we need to get results.
"The players know this, the manager knows that and we look forward to these games."