Valencia manager Unai Emery has predicted a cool and calculated performance when the Spanish club visits Manchester United on Tuesday.
Valencia travels to Old Trafford in their final fixture of the Champions League group stages, having already sewn up second place in Group C and a berth in the next round.
The fixture will decide who will finish top of the group, with Valencia needing to win to leapfrog United.
Emery, whose side lost 1-0 to United at home in September, said the Spaniards will be keen to settle the score in front of the Old Trafford faithful.
"You could talk about a certain sporting type of revenge on the field but the fact that we have already qualified means we can come with a calm attitude and be relaxed enough to go for a victory in a calm and controlled way," Emery said.