Niclas Füllkrug is looking forward to his debut in the Champions League. “It’s the first time for me and I couldn’t have chosen it better. I play away in three top stadiums and we have three incredibly strong home games. The draw is great,” said the German national soccer striker, who is with his new Club Borussia Dortmund is looking forward to the group games against Paris Saint-Germain, Newcastle United and AC Milan.

BVB kicks off in Paris from 9 p.m. (Amazon Prime). Although Group F is considered particularly demanding, the 30-year-old hopes that the Revierclub will make it into the knockout rounds. “I believe that anything is possible. I don’t see any team as unbeatable,” said Füllkrug. “Of course it’s the strongest group that is the most balanced, but first I want to see that they all perform in front of the yellow wall the way they imagine.”

Füllkrug could be in the BVB starting eleven for the first time against PSG. “Niclas handled the 30 minutes in Freiburg well. We’ll see tomorrow whether there’s enough for more,” said BVB coach Edin Terzic. After the last-minute transfer from Bremen sat out the DFB team’s international matches against Japan (1:4) and France (2:1) due to thigh problems, he was at the BVB game in Freiburg (4:2). Used for a good 30 minutes. In Paris, Füllkrug could represent Sébastien Haller, who has recently been in poor form, from the start.

With all due respect to the French attack, which is made up of experts like Kylian Mbappé, Ousmane Dembélé and Randal Kolo Muani, Füllkrug pointed to Borussia’s qualities: “I think we have a very good team that always works very well, especially in these games . I’m totally confident about playing these games with this team.”