CSKA Moscow striker Ahmed Musa pulled no punches during an interview ahead of the Russian club's Champions League test against Manchester City.
Although CSKA are yet to pick up a point in Group E, Musa, who scored in a 5-1 thrashing at the hands of Roma, doesn't seem scared of Man City.
"We know they are very weak in defence, so we will look to use that. We know a lot about them, we faced them twice last season, so we know their weak points and we will try our best.
"We are pumped up and we can cause them problems with our speed."
Frank Lampard is expected to miss out on the game after sustaining a thigh injury against Tottenham, but City will still fancy their chances of recording maximum points.
In their last Champions League outing, Man City were held by Roma 1-1 after they fell victim to a piece of Francesco Totti magic.