David Ospina says Arsenal have to physically impose themselves to get their Champions League campaign up and running against Olympiacos on Tuesday.
The Colombia goalkeeper started the Gunners’ Group F opener at Dinamo Zagreb, as Arsene Wenger’s men lost 2-1 in the Croatian capital.
Arsenal have a good chance to respond at Emirates Stadium against Olympiacos, but Ospina has warned his team-mates not to underestimate the Greek champions.
"We want to put on a good show at home, get the three points and put ourselves on course for a successful Champions League campaign"
“We didn't begin our Champions League campaign as we would've hoped, with a bad result in Croatia,” he told Arsenal Player. “Now we have the opportunity to play against Olympiacos, an historic club with a great team and track record, but we're playing them at home and we have a great opportunity to get points on the board.
“It's an important game, like they all are. We want to put on a good show at home, get the three points against excellent opposition and put ourselves on course for a successful Champions League campaign.
“We have shown that in difficult moments we can cope. I think that despite what happened in the first game, we know that this game is very important for us, and for the aspirations we have.
“To win the game we need to do what we always do – impose ourselves, have a lot of possession, create as many chances as possible and be strong at the back. This is the aim.”