Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp insists his side will not take Wednesday's trip to Emirates Stadium lightly.
Dortmund have already qualified from Group D and need just a point from their final two games to finish as group winners.
Klopp was impressed by Arsenal's first-half showing against Manchester United at the weekend and, with his team third from bottom in the Bundesliga, is keen to build momentum ahead of Sunday's trip to Eintracht Frankfurt.
"Everyone in this room knows Arsenal were much better and made a real good game"
"We will see what we will do," Klopp said. "In our situation, we need each game to get more stability.
"We need to use this game for the Bundesliga. If we can play very good, it helps us for the Bundesliga.
"We don't want to wait and see what [Arsenal] will do. We saw the game against Manchester United. We saw the first half and I think everyone in this room knows Arsenal were much better and made a real good game.
"That's football but I could see in the first half that they were pretty strong if you let them be strong."
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