Callum McGregor insists that Alex McLeish's men need to change the mind of the entire nation if Scotland will again become a force in the main finals.
The Celtic Colonel believes that the population after two decades of football failure – but it is unbearable that players, such as his team-mates and Andrew Robertson of Liverpool, can control a change in the country's position so that they can succeed on the pitch.
McGregor and Scotland's team in Albania on Friday, the first to double the title, which also includes Tuesday's crash with Israel to decide the fate of the state in the United Nations.
Success will bring Qualification for Play-off Euro 2020 and McGregor wants to take positive thinking thought through all and inside and outside the team.
The McLeish team dropped the call and after two decades of failure to try to reach a big finale, the Tartan army is again struggling with another sad disappointment after 180 minutes.
The previous defeat in the previous month in Israel in the previous qualification program did nothing to change the mood of the nearby defeat outside the camp.
McGregor says that young people need to change and change their view.
Raised to a winning mentality in Celtic, the 25-year-old player does not leave any arena with agitation and insists that trust and not fear can be the main star of McLeish's stars over the next fourteen days.
McGregor admits that as much mentality as capability will be, he said: "I think that's the case. Sure enough away from home.
"We had a tough night in Israel and it's about the mental state of the players as anything else.
"We are all good players and we all showed it at the club level, but this is an attempt to bring in and exploit the team spirit.
"We want the country to become a positive place where they want to be.
"When you do not have such a successful period, then the fans come in and our task is to bring this enthusiasm back and try and qualify.
"It's a lot of pressure and great responsibility, but this group of players is certainly good enough for this.
"This is just an example when I try to get everything out on the court and on the court.
"Every player wants to win and be successful, especially in the last couple of years, Celtic boys have made a big success. 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 to bring this winning mentality to the team.
McGregor wants to be one of McLeish's leaders and continues: "I've been through a lot of great games now and I think it helps you. Relax.
"You know that you were in a difficult place and that it turned out that others were successful.
"From a personal experience, the more you feel quieter you are about it.
"You know what it is you need to do to get over it.
"Everyone is different and is preparing for games differently, but boys do it individually and then merge to have this level of calm and believe that we can get results.
"You know it's always hard to get away from home, especially in places where it's nowhere.
"The atmosphere may be slightly different from European things, but more than you do, it helps you more than a player.
"Celtic guys in the team will try to help other guys with this and Andy [Robertson] it was also a lot to go to different places.
"It's about trying to take advantage of this experience we have and try to put it into the game.
"You play at the highest level for your club, and before that, they had heavy tests.
"This is an international game, but we had more stringent tests than this and against so-called larger nations.
"In some games we actually played fine.
"We were decent towards Portugal before they reached the goal before half time and there are signs that the team will start merging. You need to use this experience as a team.
"We had to be better than what we were in the last trip and we need the results. It takes a lot of effort from all the boys.
"We are currently in the stage where we need to get results.
"The players know this. The manager knows that, and we look forward to these games."