He said, however, that Leverkusen would need to play differently to unlock a stubborn Borussia Monchengladbach defence.
"We want to build on our strengths," he told Bundesliga.com. "Against Dortmund you could see that we're strong enough to play any opponent off the park.
"In Gladbach it'll be very different though, as they're well organised at the back and have a different style. We need to play our own game to try to win there."
Defeat could see Leverkusen slip to fourth in the Bundesliga.