Chelsea head to Seville having scored 22 goals in their opening 10 Premier League games – the joint-highest in the top flight – to sit third in the table.
The Blues have tightened up their defence after a sloppy start to the season, and Frank Lampard‘s side are now among the favourites to lead a title challenge.
But attentions now turn back to Europe – and both Chelsea and Sevilla have qualified from Group E with two games to spare following a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge on October 20.
“It’s a huge and exciting challenge against a team who could win the Champions League,” the former Spain coach said.
“They are the best attacking team in England at the moment, they have great players.
“It’s a real excitement to play against them and it motivates us to play our best.”
Additional reporting by PA.