Cole will be hoping to make amends for a missed penalty in the first leg of tonightâ€™s Trabzonspor tie that means Roy Hodgsonâ€™s side go into the game defending a slender 1-0 lead.
â€śIâ€™m not a penalty-taker,â€ť Cole admitted. â€śI havenâ€™t taken a penalty for about 15 years and I might wait another 15 years before I take another.
â€śI hold my hands up and admit that it wasnâ€™t good enough. I set my standards high and I want to do better.
â€śI feel there is a lot more to come from this team, too. I am anxious that we get the job done so it wonâ€™t matter.â€ť
The summer free transfer arrival from Chelsea added: â€śIt would have been nice to take a two-goal lead there, but we have got a job to do and we have got to make sure we do it. Weâ€™ve got to be ready to fight.
â€śThey were two weeks away from winning the league last year and we probably got the toughest draw possible out of the pot we were in.
â€śThey are a good side and it is always difficult playing in hostile atmospheres, but we have got to have confidence we can see it through.
â€śEuropean games are notoriously tough, but we got the job done in the end at Anfield. Hopefully we can do the same here.â€ť