Arsenal and Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina does not expect his side to freeze in the spotlight when they face England in the last 16 of the World Cup on Tuesday and hopes experience will count for a lot in Moscow.
The Colombians, who reached the quarter-finals in Brazil four years ago, believe they are more than capable of repeating that feat after finishing top of Group H with victories over Senegal and Poland.
Ospina, who has won 89 caps for Colombia despite being largely second choice at the Emirates (where he made only six Premier League appearances last season) is renowned for having a calming influence on the squad and has confidence in his teammates.
Colombia are well aware that victory over England could open up a real opportunity
He said: 'It has gone well for us so far and we feel confident because this our second World Cup together. We're a bit more experienced. Things went well for us in Brazil in 2014 and we have the same ambitions but we have also learned a lot.
'We feel we've got a good team and we're excited about what we can achieve. We've got lots of players who play at big clubs in Europe and are used to these kind of matches.'
Like England, Colombia are well aware that victory at the Otkrytie Arena could open up a real opportunity in the tournament; a quarter-final against either Sweden or Switzerland followed by a possible semi-final against the likes of France or Croatia.
David Ospina has won 89 caps for Colombia despite being largely second choice at Arsenal
'We're only thinking one game at a time, going step by step,' insisted Ospina. 'You can't start thinking about who you will play next if you