Raja Casablanca coach Juan Carlos Garrido says they are not settling for anything aside three points as they take on Aduana Stars in an unfamiliar ground in the Caf Confederation Cup Group A fixture on Wednesday.
The Moroccan giants are travelling to Nana Agyemang Badu Park in Dormaa Ahenkro for the first time after failing to score full marks on opening day at home following a goalless draw against Congolese side A.S Vita Club.
"We have watched few games of Aduana including their last game against Fosa Juniors and we are prepared for them," Garrido told Oyerepa FM.
"We are going to play a good side with good players and of course, it won't be easy for us since each club that has made it to this stage is top-notch and deserves respect.
"We will try to snatch three points to move up on the log because we couldn't win at home in the first game. Our players know they play for a great club with history and so have to fight for a win. We believe that we must not leave here with a defeat," he added.
The game kicks off at 13h00 GMT.