The 42-year-old admits that his side are buzzing with confidence ahead of the clash with the Premier League giants.
“Tomorrow is the night we have looked forward to for months,” he told Uefa.com. “We have been preparing for this match since the start of January and although we haven’t had a competitive match in 2011 we are in fine shape and hopefully close to the level we were in the group stage.
“The players are buzzing with confidence and I feel we can match Chelsea in what I expect to be a close game.
“The crowd’s belief in us will be a great help: 7,000 of our supporters had confidence that we could win when we played at Camp Nou and with a full stadium tomorrow we will benefit massively. I hope we will win, but a scoreless draw will not be a bad result for us.”