The Premier League outfit have not lost a home fixture in the group phase of the European competition since 2006 and Huntelaar has insisted that a point will suffice for the away side.
"We want to win at the Emirates," Sky Sports News quotes Huntelaar as saying. "After dropping two points against Montpellier in the last match, we want a point as a minimum.
"We have to close down the spaces and keep it tight between midfield and defence. We have to stop not only Lukas Podolski but also their marvellous midfield. That's our first task and the second task is to play aggressively defensively and offensively."
Arsenal currently sit at the top of Group B with six points.