Gareth Bale has revealed that there’s confidence in the Real Madrid dressing room, but is wary his men have to give their all against Bayern.
Los Blancos travel to Munich for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final, holding a 1-0 advantage.
And the Wales international has admitted that his side believe they can make it to Lisbon in May, but only if they play at their best.
“We have a lot of confidence – there’s no reason for us to believe we can’t win,” he told a Press conference.
“I don’t feel like we’ve qualified yet. We’ve still got a very hard game against Bayern to come. The score’s 1-0 and I don’t really think that makes too much difference.
“We know it’s going to be a difficult game. Everyone in the team will give 100 per cent to qualify.”
The former Tottenham man was then asked if his team would sit back at the Allianz Arena, and whether he’ll be fit to play.
“Parking the bus? We’re not a team that sits back and defends. We’re looking forward to going out there and playing some good football.
“I feel good, I’ve had a few days' training to recover. I’m hoping to play tomorrow.”