"First of all they will see a player who always gives 100% on the field," said the imposing central defender.
"To take back the title for Celtic is very important.
"Last week I was focused for the season coming up with AEK Athens. We played very well in pre-season.
"I wasn't thinking about this but when you have an opportunity to be part of this massive club with fans all over the world and with a great reputation in Europe, then I'm very happy.
"I'm a winner and I want to be part of this club."
If he is to face the Dutch later in the week, Majstorovic, who has also played for Malmo, FC Twente and Basle, will have to oust either Glenn Loovens or Jos Hooiveld from the Celtic starting 11 that started against Inverness on Sunday.
He added: "Wherever I have been, I was playing and I was an important player for the team.
"I tried to be a leader in the team and I will do the same here. It is a big club with winners in all the positions but I'm still very, very hungry even though I'm 33."
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