Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick is expecting to face a different Arsenal in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League semi-final next week.
Arsenal rarely threatened in Wednesday's 1-0 first leg defeat at Old Trafford as United wasted a number of chances to add to their lead.
Carrick admits United could have gained a bigger advantage to take to Emirates Stadium, but he remains confident of scoring a crucial away goal next Tuesday.
"On another day we might have scored more but we have to take it for what it is and we have a good opportunity going into the next game," Carrick told Sky Sports News.
"Yeah we always believe we can play well and create chances, and hopefully we can repeat that in the second leg.
"But we know it is going to be a tough game down there and they will be a real threat.
"We will be on our game and hopefully we can pull it off."