Porto star Hulk has told skysports.com he is relishing facing Chelsea.
The Brazilian striker, who made his international debut earlier this month against England, is up for the challenge of beating Carlo Ancelotti's men.
Porto and Chelsea have already booked their place in the knockout stage, and their clash at the Dragao may decide who finishes top of Group D.
"I made my debut with Brazil against England and we won, and I intend to repeat that experience and to help Porto defeat Chelsea - it won't be easy but that is the objective," he told skysports.com.
"We have qualified for the next round, but now the challenge is to finish as winners.
"I think the match will be a good one, as neither side wants to lose."
Hulk insists Porto's defence are ready face Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka.
"To play against a side with Drogba and Anelka in attack signifies a real danger in our box - but our defensive is prepared for the battle," he continued.
"At Stamford Bridge we played well, but the 1-0 defeat was painful."
The Brazili ace admits he has huge admiration for Chelsea ace Drogba.
"For me Drogba is the style of striker I really admire," he said.
"He has character, pride, quality and goals - he is a world-wide star."
Hulk himself has been linked with a move to England, but he insists he is not thinking about moving.
"I am a calm person and I do not get preoccupied with rumours about English clubs being interested in me ," he said.
"My mission is just to work hard every day and play well in every match."