Arsenal boss Unai Emery feels that his team is ready for the challenge against Napoli in the second leg of the Europa League clash.
Emery firmly believes that his team is ready to play in big European fixtures, and urged his squad to play out with their full heart.
“We know it’s going to be a different match,” Emery said.
“But I think we are ready.
“We must play with courage and also intelligence because they have players with this capacity, but our players also have a lot of experience.
“We know 90 minutes here can be long. But we have a lot of players also to fight against them, and also our capacity for our structure to be solid.”
The Gunners have won eight of their 11 Europa League fixtures this season, drawing with Sporting Lisbon and losing to both Bate Borisov and Rennes.
He said: “We are waiting for their best performance here with their supporters, the stadium, the atmosphere, the skills and the capacity tactically.
“The atmosphere will be very good.
“I already played a lot of times here, but I don’t think that changes anything for us. We have a very good team, and we trust ourselves.
“We have players who have played here before. We know it’s difficult.
“They have a good team, and the atmosphere is very good.
“I don’t think that will change anything. We know the situation. But we have to be focused for 95 minutes. Every game we fight for the best.
“For us, this is one more final. We will be ready to take this. We have to play like the game is 0-0.”