ANDY MORRISON knows Kilmarnock represent Connah's Quay Nomads' toughest European test to date.

But the former Manchester City captain insists that are motivated, not fearful, of the challenge that lies ahead.

Nomads go head-to-head with the Scottish Premiership outfit in tonight's Euopa League first qualifying round first-leg at Rhyl.

And Morrison said: "I think it’s our sternest test.

"We’ve played Helsinki, Vojvodina, Stabaek and Shakhtyor, but with the pedigree of the Scottish Premiership and the quality in their squad, with full internationals, I think it will be our toughest test yet.

"I’ve got the ultimate respect for a team that’s finished third in the Scottish Premiership, but in terms of fear we will fear no one and I say that with great belief because I know my group.

"I know what the players are about and I know how much they will relish coming up against people who will be earning 10 or 15 times what they earn and the chance to leave a mark on them and walk away as a winner will be a great motivation."