Pat Fenlon will lead Hibs back into European competition when they find out who their Europa League opponents are. He believes his side have a "decent" chance of progressing in the qualifying stages after the meet either Drogheda from the Republic of Ireland or Malmo of Sweden in the second qualifying round.Fenlon said: "It's not a bad draw from a logistical point of view. Our worst-case scenario would've been to travel halfway around the world for one of the games. Drogheda are a decent side and one that I know very well indeed - I watched them beat Bohemians 3-0 a couple of weeks ago. I also know their manager really well, so from my perspective that would probably be the ideal scenario. But Drogheda have got a really tough tie against Malmo, who are a quality European side with a great pedigree. The fact they are Sweden's most successful club tells its own story. Now we've got plenty of opportunities to see both teams a few times and obtain all the relevant info before the second qualifying round takes place in a few weeks' time. If we can play to our best and produce a committed and controlled performance then I believe we've got a decent chance."