Fraizer Campbell believes total concentration on the job in hand is what it will take to see us through to the group stages of the UEFA Cup.
We will be defending a 2-1 first round aggregate lead against Wisla Krakow in Poland on Thursday after the striker set up Darren Bent for a winner in the first leg at The Lane a fortnight ago.
And although Fraizer knows we will be up against a partisan home crowd as well as tough opposition, he is confident we can do a professional job in Eastern Europe.
"This will be a tough game and their fans will be right behind them, but we've got to just block all that out," he said.
"If we concentrate on the football and do the job required, that will see us through to the group stages. Hopefully I'll get a chance to play my part in that as well."
Fraizer will be taking his happy memories from the first leg of this tie into Thursday's clash as he continues to enjoy every minute of his season-long loan at The Lane.
He added: "It was my first European game, it was a good atmosphere in the stadium and enjoyed it because it felt like a different game to a normal league match.
"I enjoyed the occasion and it was obviously nice to play a part in the winning goal on the night."