As Manchester City prepare to take on his former club Sevilla, Jesus Navas believes City have what it takes to beat any club.
City lost their first UCL match against Juventus, but a beautiful game against Mochengladbach, got them a much needed win that put them second on the log.
Navas, who joined City from Sevilla in 2013, believes they can take on anybody, but notes Sevilla could cause problems.
“It’s going to be a difficult game against Sevilla. They are a solid defensive unit and we’ll need to be at our best to win this game,” the Spain winger said at Tuesday’s pre-match news conference.
“The return match will be even harder because the Sevilla supporters are renowned for their passion and will look to make it difficult for us, but we feel we can win anywhere and proved that by beating Borussia Monchengladbach.”
After the midweek clash with Sevilla, City have a crunch tie in the weekend, as they’ll have to prepare for the Manchester derby against United.
He added: “We can only take one game at a time so it’s Sevilla first, then we’ll focus on Manchester United at the weekend then Crystal Palace in the Capital One Cup.
“Our aim is to be successful in every competition we’re in this season so we need to keep doing what we’re doing, stay strong and focused and play our normal game.”
City and Sevilla sit joint second in Group D with three points each, trailing leaders Juventus by three points.