The Spanish outfit face Vienna in Madrid this evening, just two weeks after recording a 3-0 win in the reverse group match last month.
"We are just thinking about tomorrow's match and winning it for our fans," he told reporters at a press conference.
"This is a UEFA Champions League match and if we win things will be easier. We played our best 30 minutes of the season in Austria and that's the way we have to play tomorrow.
"We respect all the teams. I'm sure they want to win here but we also want to win at home and continue being unbeaten. We are a great team that have been historically among the best. I hope we can continue as we are now because everybody is enjoying it a lot."
Atletico currently top Group G with nine points.