Korean club Pohang Steelers are intent on moving to the top of the Group H table in the Asian Champions League.
After three matches, the Steelers have won one and drawn two and sit second, two points behind leaders Kawasaki Frontale but are determined to grab that coveted to spot.
The Steelers meet Chinese club Tianjin Teda in Tianjin on Tuesday night and coach Sergio Farias is eyeing off three points.
We want to become the top side of our group because we would gain an advantageous position in the play-off series," he said.
"Three points will be perfect but we can accept one point anyway.
"We have no injuries and we are able to play good football on Tuesday. We won't underestimate Tianjin and I believe it will be a close game."