Arsenal have to attack and put pressure on Bayern Munich if they are to take anything away from tomorrow's match, boss Arsene Wenger said on Monday.
The Gunners have been impressive so far in the Premier League but failed to replicate the same form in Europe.
And the Frenchman is desperate to see his side register their first win in the Champions League.
"The confidence level is there, the needed result is there as well – we know exactly what is required [because] a 0-0 is not even a good result. To score goals, we have to attack," Wenger said.
"It is true that [we have delivered big results] before, but we want to do it again because we feel a bit that the pain inflicted [in the Champions League] was a bit by ourselves. Maybe subconsciously we thought 'anyway we will win these [first two games]'.
"Now to correct that we need a great performance. What we want to do is play up to our level - that will be needed because we play against a big team.
"For us it a perfect run in our Premier League, and on the other hand also perfect preparation for the Bayern game because we had no injuries and we got the three points.
"We are now in a position where we can really focus and give everything on Tuesday night."