Motherwell captain Keith Lasley refuses to believe that his side’s Champions League dream is over as they prepare to face Panathinakos in Athens.
The Greek side hold a 2-0 lead from the first leg at Fir Park last week and Motherwell face a tough job to make the play-off round.
Lasley acknowledges the scale of the task ahead but says the belief is key to any chance of success.
"We know we are up against it, there is no doubt about it," he said. "But I think we have to go with a positive attitude.
"We have a lot of fans travelling over and we want to do them justice and do ourselves justice.
"I think we did that in the first leg, I think we showed we can create chances at least and if we score first, then let's see what happens.
"I suppose the pressure is off a little bit, I don't think anybody expects to get anything but that is not the mind set we are going in with.
"I don't know how they will approach the game, maybe they think the tie is done and hopefully we can play on that."
Manager Stuart McCall has already said that his players will have to deal with difficult conditions and Lasley said the team would manage their gameplan accordingly.
"I think the heat is going to be a big factor," said the midfielder.
"I don't think we will be able to go gung-ho for 90 minutes but if we pick and choose our times to attack, we believe we can score a goal at least.
"The Greeks are famous for having a fiery atmosphere and that is something else we are looking forward to."
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