Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood is upbeat about their UEFA Cup chances after last night's 1-1 draw with Lokomotiv Moscow.
Zander Diamond headed the Dons ahead in the 27th minute, but Branislav Ivanovic levelled with the last action of the half when he headed home from a corner.
Madrid drew with Lokomotiv two weeks ago, which leaves the group tight at the bottom - and Calderwood believes they could go through with victory in their final group against the Danes at Pittodrie.
"Lokomotiv are a very, very good team who have millions to spend - so we are very happy with a draw against them," said the Dons manager.
"With Copenhagen losing, four points could yet be enough."
Meanwhile, Diamond was delighted to get his first European goal - rising to power home a header from Barry Nicholson's corner.
"It means a lot," said the 22-year-old defender.
"It meant a lot to play my first game in Europe against Dnipro - but to get a goal was a proud moment for me.
"I just remember the ball coming in; I rose and headed the ball in the net. I couldn't believe it at first - it was brilliant to get a goal."