Kaizer Chiefs striker Leonardo Castro has urged his team-mates to make the most of their home-ground advantage against Horoya on Tuesday evening.
Amakhosi will get their CAF Champions League group stage underway at FNB Stadium where they host Guinean side Horoya in Group C of the continental competition.
Castro knows the Champions League will be tough, and he wants the Glamour Boys to turn FNB Stadium into a fortress.
"We all know the Champions League games are very tough [especially] in group stages. We need to work hard to get the results. We need to be clever, play with responsibility. We need to make our home games count," said Castro, according to SowetanLIVE.
"In our away games, we can even try to play for draws [if they win home games]. A point from an away game counts, it's a big achievement to get some points in away games."
"If we score first, I think we will get the three points. It's very important to start in a right way," he added.
"Playing Horoya away is going to be tough because of the weather and other conditions. So, the most important thing for us is to make it count here in our home ground, to win the game... that's it."
- TEAMtalk media