Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor vowed to kill off any chance of a CS Fola Esch Europa League comeback by shutting them out in Luxembourg.
The Aberdeen centre-back was furious the Reds conceded a potentially vital away goal in their 3-1 first qualifying round tie, first leg win at Pittodrie.
Taylor is determined there will be no more slip-ups at the back when they face the Luxembourg part-timers again at the Stade Josy Barthel.
With home advantage, Taylor expects Fola to go on the attack at the 8,100-capacity Luxembourg national stadium.
But Taylor is on red alert about their attacking threat and aims to deliver a clean sheet.
He said: ” I expect Fola to come out at us as we have that two-goal advantage.
“They have to attack us a lot more than they did at Pittodrie, where Fola sat in and made it difficult for us.
“They are organised, defend well and also carry a goal threat so we are very conscious of that.
“It was frustrating to let in that away goal at Pittodrie, especially so soon after we had scored to take the lead.
“It was very disappointing from a defensive point of view.
“At European level, you have to remain focused for the entire game and that is what we will do.
“We will go into the game looking to keep it solid, secure and to rack up a clean sheet.”