Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas Moura has said that his club is coming to London after having learned their lesson last season when they lost to the west London club 2-0 after having already beaten the Blues in Paris 3-1 to go out of the competition by the away-goal rule, and that they will not be fazed this time around.

“Without a doubt it (the 2-0 loss) was a big frustration for us,” the Brazilian said.

“No one expected that result. But our team is more mature now.

“With every game that goes by we become more of a family and that’s important – it’s essential for a group that wants to win the Champions League.

“Today, we have a team with the best players at the moment. In all areas there are players who can make a difference.

“We need to be more decisive and know how to hold onto a result.

“Our team is perhaps too anxious to qualify for the semi-finals, as happened in the last two seasons, against Barcelona and Chelsea.