By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Courtois, who is currently in the second season of his two-year loan spell at Atletico, joined Chelsea last summer from Genk but was immediately loaned out to gain first-team experience.
Since then, he has established himself as the number one goalkeeper at the Vicente Calderon, helping the Rojiblancos to the Europa League title.
And having earned a place in the Super Cup with that triumph, Courtois admits he is looking forward to prove his worth against the reigning Champions League champions at the Stade Louis II on Friday.
"It's special for me as the game is against my own club," the Belgian told UEFA.com. "But I play for Atletico now.
"It's me against Chelsea and I want to win it."
And while the 20-year-old wished the Blues players to best of luck, he insists he is determined to bring the trophy back to Madrid.
"I keep my fingers crossed for them, for all my friends at Chelsea, and my Belgium team-mates who play there now," Courtois added.
"I wish them the best of luck, but I want to win the Super Cup. I hope that it will be a good match and may the better team win."
Chelsea currently have five Belgians on their books, including summer signings Eden and Thorgen Hazard, and Kevin de Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku, who are currently on loan at Werder Bremen and West Brom respectively.