By David Kent
It's fair to say that Borussia Dortmund are bang up for the start of the potentially pulsating Champions League group involving Arsenal.
Last season's beaten finalists are so excited for their opening Group F fixture against Napoli that they have released an official video.
Complete with emotive music and vintage footage, the German side welcome the Gunners, Rafa Bentiez's fancied Italians and the French giants Marseille.
VIDEO Scroll down to see Dortmund's video welcoming Arsenal to the Champions League
Direct: Dortmund sent out a clear message in their video
Favourites: The German side went all the way to the final last year
Message: The video, in its simplest form, amplified the credentials of the four big clubs
Remember: Dortmund played clips of past triumphs, including Diego Maradona's Napoli in the 1980s
It has been labelled the seemingly obligatory 'group of death'.
But while that could prove premature, there is no doubting the quality Arsene Wenger is up against when Arsenal kick off the campaign in Marseille.
Before Liverpool's draw at Swansea on Monday night all four of these sides were top of their respective divisions.
Dortmund are well-fancied with their expressive brand of football and Napoli recruited shrewdly over the summer. The latter also have the added advantage of possessing a Champions League winner as their boss.