Bursaspor boss Ertugrul Saglam believes his team must learn from the matches against Rangers and Manchester United if they are to take maximum point against the English side on Tuesday evening in the Champions League.
The Turkish club are currently without a point from their first three matches, and are aiming to play good football for their remaining three games.
"We need to learn the lessons from the Rangers and Manchester United games and play football the right way," Saglam told a pre-match press conference, as reported by UEFA.com. "Only by doing so can we be successful.
"Three matches are over now but each game is a new experience. Now there's a brand new chance ahead of us. Having got attuned to the Champions League atmosphere, we aim to play good football against a big team like Manchester United.
"We believe we can get a result that will be written into the history books with golden letters. Obviously, the English side are a very hard team to beat, world giants let's say, but last season we achieved something which nobody believed in.
"We must view tomorrow's game like this and aim to get a good victory," he concluded.