Calum Chambers says Arsenal are desperate to atone for their disappointing defeat to Monaco at Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners were two goals behind when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain pulled one back, but Yannick Ferriera-Carrasco struck in added time to leave Arsenal with a mountain to climb in the second leg at Stade Louis II.
Chambers acknowledged the Gunners were not at their best in the first leg, and they want to make amends on Tuesday.
"We’ll think of a game plan, go into it and give it our best shot"
“Everyone wants to set things right after what happened,” the defender told Arsenal.com. “We want to show everyone that we’re better than that performance and result. Everyone will be hungry to get a result there.
“We’ve got to go into with a game plan and give it our all. It’s a big task but if we mentally prepare ourselves, we can go into it and give it a shot at giving our all.
“There’s always a little bit of pressure but we try not to think of it that way. We’ll think of a game plan, go into it and give it our best shot.”