Just three points separate 12th-place Granada from 10th-place Levante in Spain's leading division with just eight games of the campaign remaining.
"The match will be competitive and we need to take advantage of our form and earn the points. We've got a lot of enthusiasm and motivation and we're excited," he told reporters.
"We need the fans, team and whole city to create an incredible atmosphere in the stands.
"It will be a close game. We need men behind the ball and to be patient because Levante are well organised. They make it difficult for other teams to play their game."
Granada have won 10 of their 30 league games this season.