Eintracht Frankfurt and coach Oliver Glasner are full of confidence going into their Europa League quarter-final return leg at Barcelona on Thursday after a 1-1 draw last week.
"There can only be one goal, that's progressing to the semi-final," Glasner told reporters Wednesday. "Therefore we need at least a draw.
"We know that it is a difficult task.
"We go into the game with very, very great respect for Barcelona. We're looking forward to a wonderful Europa League night."
An astonishing 20,000-25,000 Frankfurt fans have made the journey to back their team in Spain.
It is unclear whether they will see key Swiss midfielder Djibril Sow on the pitch after a knee injury. Glasner said there was a "question mark" on his involvement and a decision would be made on matchday.
Barca under pressure
Following the 1-1 draw in the first leg, Barcelona head coach Xavi sees his team under pressure. "We all know this club very well. It is the most demanding club. We have a duty to win and play well," the manager said.
When asked, Xavi avoided making any comments about the rumours that Bayern Munich top scorer Robert Lewandowski is set for a move to Barcelona.
"I understand the question, but this is not the time. It is time to focus on tomorrow's game and not on transfers. He is a great player. I can't say more about it," Xavi stressed.