Esteban Cambiasso has called for his side to take nothing for granted when Inter Milan take on Chelsea again in two weeks' time.
Inter take a slender advantage to Stamford Bridge after Wednesday's 2-1 victory over the Blues in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League second round at the San Siro.
However the Argentinian midfielder, who scored the second of his team's goals in the victory, was quick to remind his team that the tie is far from over and that they can expect a tough battle to get through.
"The second goal gave us more security for the rest of the match, now we expect a battle in the second leg," he said.
The game, which sees former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho return to Stamford Bridge for the first time, will be the third consecutive year that the Serie A champions have visited England in the Champions League at this stage
Inter lost both previous games to Liverpool and Manchester United, and Cambiasso is desperate to avoid defeat to see his team through to the quarter-finals for the first time since 2006.
"I remember the last game that we lost against Manchester United in England and I really don't want that to get repeated," Cambiasso added.
"We are all going to do what is possible to be able to get to the next stage of the competition."