Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola has promised that his team will be on the attack against Arsenal in their Champions League clash at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday night.
The German champions dominated the reverse fixture at the Emirates but they still lost 2-0 as Arsenal defended superbly.
Guardiola insists he will not change his approach.
"They are one of Europe's top sides. It is a new game after we lost in London," Guardiola told uefa.com.
"This is a match we want to win in front of our supporters. We have another 90 minutes to move closer to qualifying for the next round.
"Arsenal like to keep the ball and attack. Look at all the players they have on the pitch – they are players to keep the ball and perhaps try long passes to [Olivier] Giroud.
"We will have to adapt our defence as they will want to play their type of game. We want to press them high so they can't play out of defence. I always tell my teams to attack as much as possible and to create as many chances as possible."
Bayern top the group with six points from three matches, while Arsenal are third in the table with three points.