By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Dortmund were drawn in the Champions League 'group of death' alongside Spanish champions Real Madrid, Dutch champions Ajax Amsterdam and English champions Manchester City.
Despite the daunting task awaiting Dortmund, Reus, who joined Die Borussen from Borussia Monchengladbach in the summer, is confident that his side can navigate their way past the group stages and progress.
Speaking to German publication Bild, Reus confidently said: "The Champions League is there to compete with the best.
"Many think that Dortmund have no chance in this group, but we believe in ourselves and know that anything is possible."
The 23-year-old also spoke of his delight at being able to work with Dortmund head coach Jurgen Klopp and expressed his belief that the former FC Mainz manager would help him become a complete player.
"I see no limit to my performances and can improve every day," Reus added.
"Jurgen Klopp is the right person to make us all better. With him in training, I learn things that I've not done before."
Reus is currently on international duty with Germany, playing a part in Die Mannschaft's 3-0 World Cup qualifier victory over the Faroe Islands on Friday and the 2012 German Footballer of the Year revealed his ambition of winning the World Cup.
"It must be our goal [to be world champions]. I want to win major titles. But we all agree that we still have a lot to learn before 2014 in order to win it," he concluded.
Reus will have a chance to enhance his burgeoning reputation on Tuesday when Germany take on Austria in their second match of the World Cup qualifiers.