"I've got the right feeling, but one which is nonetheless accompanied by the fact we're up against a very strong side who showed all their strength in the first leg," he told reporters on Tuesday. "We have the desire and the serenity to tackle this match, but we also want to play a different game from the first leg.
"The first leg confirmed what we knew – that they are a very strong team with great technical quality and a team who play very strong football. They are certainly one of the favourites to win the Champions League. I repeat that Bayern are a side who have worked over recent years to be where they are today.
"We were not in good form in the first leg, we all know that. We want to play a different game. We are up against a very, very strong side and we know we can do a lot better than we did in Germany. I know that my players want to demonstrate what maybe they didn't manage in Germany. Let's just see what happens tomorrow."
Juventus will host the second leg in Turin.