Ally McCoist is confident Rangers can score a vital away goal against Panathinaikos and progress in the Uefa Cup.
Rangers were held to a 0-0 draw at Ibrox in the first leg of their tie but McCoist insists it is a good result to take to Greece on Thursday.
Rangers have kept eight successive clean sheets and assistant manager McCoist believes their defensive form is the foundation for them to go through.
He expects goals to come as Rangers have already shown in Europe this season that they can score on their travels.
McCoist said: "A lot of people were a little bit disappointed with the initial result at home but I think we can take a lot from it.
"We had chances to win the game but the most important thing if we didn't score was not to lose and we didn't concede.
"The lads have been looking quite solid, so if we can continue that defensive form then that'll be smashing.
"I think it allows us to be more offensive because we've got a clean sheet. I think their coach got it spot on when he said the game is perfectly poised because with them not scoring an away goal it doesn't make it that great a result for them either.
"We've already shown we can score goals on our travels this season in Europe, so we're looking forward to it and I think we're more than capable of scoring over here.
"The Lyon result was arguably one of the club's best performances in Europe, to score three goals over there was marvellous.
"But to score two goals against the German champions Stuttgart was also great."
Daniel Cousin has been included in Walter Smith's squad as he is still waiting to hear from Fifa over whether his £3million move to Fulham can go ahead.
McCoist said: "It's a bonus we've got Daniel available, the more players we have available means we've got a better chance.
"Daniel's fitness wasn't a concern but we're aware we have to keep it up and he's being doing extra training and his stuff with the lads.
"So I wouldn't imagine it'll be a problem."