Motherwell boss Stuart McCall is looking forward to their Europa League tie with Levante despite the team's defeat to Panathinaikos.
Motherwell lost 5-0 an aggregate in their UEFA Champions League debut against the Greek side and now drop into the Europa League to face daunting Spanish opposition.
Levante finished sixth in La Liga after threatening occupying the top four for much of the campaign.
While McCall admits he is no expert on the Valencia-based side he is relishing another opportunity to play against top-class opposition - and another attractive trip for the Motherwell fans.
"I don't know a great deal about Levante," said McCall.
"I know they had a terrific season and being a Spanish side they will be technically gifted.
"I'm pleased. It's easy for the supporters to get to, possibly not as hot as Greece but you never know.
"I'd settle for the same performance at home against Panathinaikos. There was nothing between the sides other than the two goals. We took a lot of positives and it was good to be involved.
"The other night was terrific, to play at that stadium. Everyone enjoyed it bar the result."