The Dons face the little-known Latvian side in the first leg of the first qualifying round at Pittodrie Stadium tonight.
"The preparation has been excellent," the 35-year-old midfielder is quoted as saying by Herald Scotland. "We now have to go on and make sure that we turn in a good performance against this team.
"Of course we know them. That's the way the manager works. He will be looking at everything. We've already had a look at their style of play and other little details and we will step that up before the match.
"The manager's had them watched, we've got some video analysis. We don't take anything lightly at this club any more. Everything's done to a standard and we have to go out and play to a certain standard to match that."
Aberdeen finished third in the Scottish Premiership last season.