Macedonia will enter the match as the huge underdogs, but Gjurovski has said that his team will not sit back and defend in Valencia.
"First of all, my gratitude to the Spain side for what they have contributed to the game in general in the past few years," Gjurovski told AS.
"For us this game will be a big test. Del Bosque is creating a new team with very young players. We're the same: creating a new team with young players. We come to show our game, not only to defend. We want to attack the Spain goal.
"Playing Spain is not going to be easy - on the contrary, it will be difficult, but our philosophy is to go forward and keep improving. No doubt Spain will start to attack. That will be their strategy and we have to halt their attacks."
Macedonia have never qualified for a major international tournament.