Rangers are coming off a strong draw away at Bundesliga side Stuttgart in their first game of the group stage.
“This match is key for us. Sevilla travel with the intention of winning,” he told skysports.com. “For me it won’t be an easy match.
“Initially I believed Stuttgart would be the favourites for second spot, but Rangers have demonstrated that they could now progress to the next round.
“Glasgow holds good memories for Sevilla. We won our second Uefa Cup there in 2007. I didn’t score, but the satisfaction was enormous.
“We’ve analysed Rangers’ performance in Germany. The Scottish game is not just about the physical strength and aerial game. They’ve got a good touch and are dangerous going forward.
“We kicked off our season with a defeat, but we’ve responded well and now things are different. Sevilla are now playing at a level that makes us one of the strongest sides in Europe.
“This season is very important for me. I want to win the title with Sevilla and to score many goals ahead of the World Cup next summer.
“My dream is to play for Brazil in South Africa. My desire was to become a popular name throughout Europe and I’ve done this by scoring many goals.
“Sevilla’s attacking line is one of the best in Europe. Any player is able to score and this makes it very hard for teams to beat us.
“A victory in Glasgow will go a long way to helping secure qualification and finishing top of our group.”