Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists his side will travel to Germany and attempt to turn around their Champions League last-16 tie following a 3-1 defeat to Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium.
The Frenchman concedes the Gunners were well beaten at home by the Bundesliga leaders, but revealed the team has not given up hope on reaching the quarter-final of the competition.
"Let's not hide the truth it will be very difficult but we will try to make the impossible possible," Wenger told Sky Sports.
"We have to go over there and play completely like we play at home and try to change the score.
"The third goal makes it very different but we have to try."
Wenger acknowledged Bayern's strong start was pivotal and was quick to praise tonight's opponents for a magnificent display.
"In the first half they played much better than us,” he added.
"The first shot on goal they scored and after that I felt we were a bit nervous defensively and we played against a team with a lot of class as well.
"In the second half we came back with better spirit, better domination back to 2-1 and it looked more like it would finish 2-2.
“But again we were caught on one of their counter-attacks by a team who has quality and initiative.”