Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry - whose side will face Porto, Marseille and Besiktas in the Champions League group stages - believes there was no easy options in this year's draw.
He insists the quality is evenly spread across each of the groups and has backed his side to continue their fine recent record in the competition.
After Thursday evening's draw in Monaco he told Sky Sports News: "You wouldn't look at any group and say 'We want that one'. They are all much of a muchness. We're capable of beating anyone on our day.
"We've won the competition and lost in the final so we know on our day we can do it."
Parry also insisted manager Rafael Benitez was unlikely to add any more players to his squad before the transfer window closes on Friday and instead looked forward to facing some former players.
"We've very happy with the squad we've got. I'm pretty certain we've finished our business," he added.
"We've started well this season and there's a buzz about the place, a determination.
"But we look forward to renewing acquaintances with two Liverpool old boys - Djibril Cisse and Bolo Zenden - at Marseille.
"And, of course, we have happy memories of Istanbul too."
seriously.... LFC had their worst pairing in a group. Remember Chelshit? And we outdone them. Now with Porto... (hah...hahaha...), Marseille (hallo... French team and English must fear 'em? hahahah) and Besiktas?.... NO PROBLEM LAAA....