Rodrigo Moreno is confident Benfica can open their Champions League campaign with three points at Celtic.
The Portuguese giants travel to Glasgow with high hopes of making a winning start to the competition.
With Catalan giants Barcelona and Russian outfit Spartak Moscow also in the Group G mix, the Brazil-born striker has called on the Eagles to make a flying start.
Moreno has made an impressive start to his second season at the Estadio da Luz, with five goals in all competitions so far.
And the 21-year-old expects Benfica's technical stars to outshine their Scottish opponents, despite what's expected to be a feverish atmosphere at Parkhead.
"We are going to Scotland for the win," the former Bolton loanee told Sky Sports. "This is our objective and to search for qualification to the knockout stages of the competition.
"We have watched Celtic's last two matches and they really don't change their style.
"They like to play swift football, which is direct and aerial. This is very typical of the Scottish game.
"They obviously have plenty of physical power, but we will aim to counter that with our technical ability on the ball."