"We just have to have a bit of luck on the night to get back into the tie," he said.
"Sometimes you beat yourselves if you think the opposition are so good. If we do the right things and everyone plays to their maximum we'll cause problems.
"From the players' point of view, when they saw the team sheet and realised they were playing their full side, there were probably one or two of them who got a little bit nervous.
"We know the damage a side like that can do to you, but the boys came off after 90 minutes kicking themselves because they had lost.
"We had chances, and our general play was as a good as theirs. So we learnt that we don't have to go out there and fear them."