Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo has insisted the club are on track for the Champions League quarter-finals after being held to a 0-0 draw by Inter Milan in the San Siro.
The Portuguese star insisted that United were the better team and have what it takes to finish off the job back at Old Trafford in two weeks' time.
"We played better than Inter last night,'' said Ronaldo. "We created more chances, especially in the first half, and we deserved to win. At home I feel we have a better chance.
"I don't know whether Inter will be a better team in Manchester. We respect them but in my opinion we have a better chance at Old Trafford because we have a better team.''
Ronaldo was not too down heartened despite finding goalkeeper Julio Cesar in top form.
"It is not a concern, it happens sometimes,'' he said. "Their goalkeeper made so many great saves but overall it was a fantastic performance. The lads were brilliant and I am very proud to have been part of a team that played like that.
"I know we didn't score but if we play like that in the second leg, I think we will win.''