Daniel Farke knows his Norwich City side will face one of the strongest in the Sky Bet Championship when Wolverhampton Wanderers make the trip to Norfolk on Tuesday (7:45pm).
The West Midlands outfit invested heavily in the summer, bringing in a number of high-profile players such as Diogo Jota and former Porto captain Ruben Neves.
Such acquisitons have helped push Wolves firmly into the promotion reckoning, something which hasn't gone unnoticed by Farke.
"They have high-quality, experienced players," City's Head Coach told the media on Monday.
"It could be a game where you have to accept they will have a lot of possession but we want to bring our own game into the pitch. It's a big task but we will fight for points.
"We know we have to be clinical and brutal in the finishing situations. We have to work on the topic of scoring goals and creating more chances."
Although the Canaries' form at Carrow Road doesn't match up with their efforts on the road at present, Farke isn't unduly concerned.
"In our last five home games, we've been the better team," he explained.
"They're all been really close matches. At home, we have to take our first chance.
"Our defensive behaviour is good but sometimes you will concede from a deflected shot or a mistake. We know we can't win scoring one goal every game.
"We want to improve and to score more."