Javier Hernandez believes Manchester United can take full advantage of playing the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final at Old Trafford - but concedes playing Chelsea will be a test.
United were paired with their Premier League rivals in the quarter-finals draw on Friday, with Chelsea having got the better of United recently at Stamford Bridge.
Hernandez, who started on the bench in United's 2-1 defeat to Chelsea earlier this month, is focused on adding to his tally of three Champions League goals when the sides resume their rivalry on April 6.
"We play in the same league and it is going to be tough," said Hernandez. "Stamford Bridge is a nice stadium and it makes it a little bit like a league game.
"But if there is an advantage that we are at home in the second game. I am trying to think game by game and not to look too far in the future. But I am very happy with the way things are going in the Champions League and I want to keep it like that."