The Clarets will face Greek giants Olympiakos for a place in the competition's group stages.
"It would be great because we've already beaten two tough sides," the 25-year-old said.
"We've not got an easy draw again because Olympiakos have been around European football for years, mainly in the Champions League, so it'll be a great experience to go out there and keep showing what we're about.
"This tie can only help us going forward. We finished seventh in the Premier League for a reason so we're not just going out there to enjoy ourselves. We want to progress in this competition."
He added: "We want to continue the journey. It's not going to be easy, it's going to be tough at times, but we want to effect it and show what we're about on a bigger stage.
"It would be a bit of a waste now if we didn't make it after getting through the first two and going to extra-time twice."