Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo believes his side are capable of beating any team in Europe and claimed that AC Milan, even with the additions of Robinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, should not worry Los Blancos.
Real have been drawn in one of the trickier looking Champions League groups with Ajax, Auxerre and Milan.
But while Ronaldo admits that the two games against the Rossoneri, in particular, will prove challenging, he is confident that the nine-time champions have what it takes to beat the Italian giants.
"They have reinforced," Ronaldo said. "They will be two difficult games, but we mustn't think about our opponents. We are Real Madrid and we are not afraid of anyone."
And the 2008 World Footballer of the Year re-iterated his belief that Real will add a tenth European Cup to their already bulging trophy cabinet at Wembley next May.
"We will win something, of that I'm sure. I have a very clear feeling inside. We can't keep winning nothing. I can't allow myself to bring nothing home for two years.
"I feel that with a new coach and the signings that we have made, we are ready to change tack. In recent years in the Champions League things haven't gone well but this year it will be different."