Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits tomorrow's game against Club Brugge will not be easy and has urged his players to show their quality.
The Red Devils enjoyed a very positive start to their Premier League campaign but they will be eager to put the icing on the cake by making it through to the group stage of Europe's most prestigious competition.
"There’s a lot of pressure because our aim is to reach the Champions League and that is what Arsene Wenger mentioned last year," van Gaal said on Monday.
"These kind of matches are difficult. We’ve drawn Brugge and they can defend very well. They can attack also, so it shall be a difficult match – that is why the pressure is high.
"The board, the players and the fans want to participate. We have to show our quality against a good team. It is not an easy game.
"[Victor Vazquez?] He is very good; he is one of the key players. He is not only fast but he has good vision. I liked him when I analysed him, but there are other good players."