Yes, we want to be in the best situation, which means we absolutely want to finish top. We won the match away to Tottenham, they’re rivals who’ve been on a par over the last few years. So we absolutely want to finish top. Of course we were crestfallen after the match. But the good thing is that it goes on, we have a Champions League match, and we’ve turned in really good performances in the competition so far, and we want to pick up where we left off there. We now have a Champions League away match here in Piraeus, and we want to win the match because it would boost our position in the Champions League group stage. We play in the evening, it’s usually dark outside, and then the Champions League anthem rings out, it’s an away match under floodlights at a great stadium here in Piraeus, with fans who’re really fired up and who created a good atmosphere in Piraeus back then. It’s a completely different platform than, say, in the Bundesliga. It’s always very special to lock horns with the best teams on the international stage. We’re all ambitious pros, athletes who want to win. And we’re on track, we’re right on target in the Champions League group stage, so we must just win the match and take the next step.