Petr Cech insists that Chelsea will face a tough task in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, no matter who they face.
Cech was in top form as he helped Chelsea to a memorable extra-time victory over Napoli on Wednesday.
The Blues have now booked their place in the last eight of the competition, where they will face one of APOEL, Marseille, Benfica, AC Milan, Real Madrid, Barcelona or Bayern Munich.
Whilst many are suggesting that Chelsea will be desperate to face the likes of APOEL, Marseille or Benfica, Cech insists any draw would be tough.
"We need to try and do things right on the pitch and we had the example of how good we can be when things go right," he told Sky Sports.
"There are teams which have been doing really well and if you have to play them you have to play them, so let us see if the draw is nice.
"On paper people say APOEL, or Marseille, or Benfica - but it is difficult and you have to win the games and they will not just give you the tie, but if we have to play teams doing really well like Real or Barcelona then so be it."
Didier Drogba, who scored the opener in Chelsea's 4-1 success on Wednesday, admits he would like to avoid facing his former club Marseille again.
"It is difficult for me to play against Marseille, we did that last year and it wasn't a good experience, as I love the club and city, maybe another team," he said.
Asked if they wanted to avoid Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, he added: "Of course we would, but let us see what the draw will give us."