That's all from the stadium this evening. We will have more photos from the Zulte Waregem training session on the website soon, along with our interview with Habib Habibou who talks about his visit to Wigan last season and how highly he rates Callum McManaman who played in that game.
Dury - Looking back at the first game between us and Wigan Athletic, it was a very tough game and we struggled to break the defence down.
Dury - It will be very nice to play in this stadium, the pitch is looking good and it will be a good arena for football.
Dury - I have a lot of respect for Wigan Athletic, they are a very good team. They are very organised and strong at corners and free kicks.
To sum up the words of Habib Habibou, he said that Zulte Waregem are in a good moment of form in the Belgian Pro League, but they have been struggling to score in the Europa League. It's brought out a different part of their game which has made them try to focus harder to get results.
Questions now to Francky Dury.
Habibou - Fortune is a player I admire a lot, so is Beausejour.
Habibou - It doesn't matter where Wigan Athletic are in the Championship, we cannot be distracted by that because they're a very good side. We're here to represent Belgium and we hope we can do that well.
Habibou - They are a very physical team. We have to be mentally strong against a very good home side. They have only lost once at home.
Question: What do you think of Wigan Athletic?
Habibou - I'm a striker so I naturally want to score goals. We have a fluid system in the team and we know what we have to do.
Habibou - I'm happy with my own form and the team is playing well too. I'm in a good moment and the goals are coming. The team is working hard and I'm benefiting.
Habibou - On paper the other teams are stronger than us. It's no surprise we have struggled to score goals, so it's a case of keeping our focus.
Habibou - Both are important. We have to show what we are worth and get through to the next round for the first time.
Question - Is the Europa League more important than the league?
Habib Habibou - Of course we have come here to win and not just turn up. We have to be patient to score the goal we need and to take the three points.
Habibou is of course a little bit familiar with Wigan, he came here as a Leeds United player last season in a 2-2 draw at Robin Park Arena against the Development Squad.
Zulte Waregem Head Coach Francky Dury and forward Habib Habibou will be present at the press conference, which is set to start soon.
LIVE! Zulte Waregem press conference coming up from 7.15pm. We'll have the big talking points here on Latics Wall along with a few photos from their training session that will follow shortly afterwards.
Earlier today Guillermo Andres and Joey Johnson scored as Latics beat Tranmere 2-1 away in the Central League Cup #wafc
That brings an end to our pre #EL press conference. Watch it back on YouTube later today.
OC: "The home games against Maribor and Rubin Kazan had tremendous atmospheres and we're hoping for another big one on Thursday night. They've played such a big role in our form so far and will have a big say in the next two games."
OC: "Starting tomorrow night we're looking to start up another unbeaten run at the DW Stadium. A lot of people have put real commitment into this season; the players, fans and staff, and we're now on the verge of extending this story in Europe."
OC: "It was great to have Marc here on loan, and it says a lot about the man that he wanted to come in and train today (Wednesday) even though it was a rest day for Aston Villa. We wish him well for the rest of the season and hopefully he would have got what he wanted out of this period as we have."
OC: "I would be very surprised if that (the Will Keane loan-deal) is not concluded in the next day or so. We're confident it will come to fruition. The flip side is that Paul Lambert has recalled Marc Albrighton so he'll leave us now."