The Yugoslav legend is gearing up for the clubâ€™s first foray into the greater Asian competition and it all kicks off on Tuesday night with their clash against South Korean club Ulsan Hyundai.
â€śThis is our first time in this competition and it is great to be a part of it,â€ť said Stojkovic.
â€śAs representatives of the J-League we are hoping to put in a great performance.
"Ulsan are a good team so we know that this is going to be a really tough game for us. Whatever happens we are going to give the fans a good game of football and play our usual good football.
â€śWe have seen videos of Ulsan and were impressed by their Brazilian number seven (Almir) and their Korean number 11 (Yeom Ki-hoon). We will have to watch them closely.â€ť
Nagoya takes on Ulsan at the Tigers home ground, Big Brown, in South Koreaâ€™s south-east on Tuesday March 10.