A traditional powerhouse of Scandinavian football, the Superliga outfit boast former Celtic man Teemu Pukki, Sweden cap Johan Larsson and a host of Denmark internationals in their ranks
Having dispatched Icelandic side Valur 10-1 on aggregate in the previous round, Brondby are firm favourites for the Europa League second qualifying round clash against the capital club.
However, McGregor is adamant Hibs will not respect reputations at Easter Road tomorrow night.
McGregor said: “Brondby are a massive team. I think they have a few players on £20,000-a-week and, while money doesn’t always equate to quality, we know they’ll be a very good outfit.
“It’s a real test for us to face allegedly better opposition. We know we have players who can hurt teams, regardless of what level they play at, and we will enjoy the experience and hopefully get through.
“Europa League is an added bonus for us. At the tail end of the season, promotion was the key, but we had the unbelievable achievement of winning the Scottish Cup, which has given us this opportunity.
“But, now we are in it, we want to do well. The gaffer has made that abundantly clear to us.”
McGregor believes hot prospects Sam Stanton and Alex Harris, frozen out under previous boss Alan Stubbs, could be Hib’s secret weapons after backing the duo to replicate the career resurgence of Rangers midfielder Barrie McKay.
Just as McKay was farmed out on loan to Raith Rovers under Ally McCoist, Stanton and Harris spent much of last season at Livingston and Queen of the South respectively, where promising futures threatened to stall.
However, both players have played a major role in pre-season under Lennon and McGregor is adamant they will be pivotal players in the coming campaign.
He continued: “I’ve spoken to Sam Stanton and Alex Harris individually and said ‘this is your opportunity’. I’ve seen it before with Barrie McKay, when you struggle with being in and out the team.
“He needed someone to take him under his wing, and I think the gaffer [Neil Lennon] will do that with them.
“These boys could be massive assets for us this season. They tick all the boxes – quick, intelligent players who are very good on the ball. In games to come, they will definitely be big players for us.”
McGregor has nothing but praise for the impact of Lennon since arriving at Easter Road, charged with finally guiding the capital club back to the top flight.
Ahead of Lennon’s competitive bow, the former Rangers and St Mirren man added: “He has been exactly what I expected in training. He is no-nonsense, tells you how it is and he is a winner. He won’t take second best and that is something which drives you on.”