Klaas-Jan Huntelaar believes Schalke should be looking to take at least a point from a UEFA Champions League trip to Arsenal.
The Bundesliga outfit travel to Emirates Stadium on Matchday Three of Europe's premier club competition.
Arsenal have not tasted defeat in a group stage fixture in front of their own supporters since 2006, with their North London base officially the toughest ground on the continent to visit.
Schalke, though, know they need to take something from the game if they are to remain on course for the knockout rounds, and Huntelaar is confident he and his team-mates can pick up a positive result.
The Holland international said: "We want to win at the Emirates. After dropping two points against Montpellier in the last match, we want a point as a minimum.
"We have to close down the spaces and keep it tight between midfield and defence.
"We have to stop not only Lukas Podolski but also their marvellous midfield.
"That's our first task and the second task is to play aggressively defensively and offensively like we did in the 2-1 win at Dortmund (on Saturday)."