Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric is not concerned by who they could face in the Champions League 16 knockout stage.
The Croatian international netted in Zinedine Zidane side's final group game, a 3-1 win away at Club Brugge, but the he is not focused on their possible opponents in December 13 draw.
The 34-year old has won four Champions League titles with the Spanish giants, and he is calm about a difficult draw, after they finished second in Group A.
"It does not matter who we get in the draw," he told reports from Marca after the game.
"There are no easy games, and we are happy to be in the draw."
"We played well tonight, and deserved to win, and we improved after the break, and finished strongly."
Zidane's side face a difficult run of games in the run up to the winter break, as they look to maintain La Liga title pressure on Barcelona, as they head to Valencia and to the Camp Nou in the next ten days.
"We have a very important week coming up, and we want a strong end to the year."
"We are confident and hope to show that in the coming weeks."