Yeah ... Small hands
Get the engine warm... Arm yourself with a spray bottle of cold water and some brake cleaner.
Remove the bottom engine guard if fitted.
Remove the drain plug and drain the oil while it is still warm.
Once that is done
Remove the wedge shaped braket that attaches to the o/s/f of the sump that secures the air con pipes that run near the oil filter... There is another bracket closer to the filter, disconnect that too.
Spray the exhaust and areas around the oil filter with the cold water or you will get a nasty burn on your hands off them, they will be scalding hot and work gloves are impractical in such a small area.
I use this:
As its the only wrench that effectively can get in for removal and re-tightening!
The oil from the filter will spill all over so be prepared. drain it all out and clean all the oil off with brake cleaner so you can get a good grip.
Force the air con pipes over as far as you can get and give the oil filter a good tug out with force.
spray some wd40 on the outside of the new filter and push it past the pipes rounded part first and twist it round and re-fit... lube up the O ring with a little oil before tightening.. Hand tighten as far as you can and give it another half turn at most with the wrench. Mark the filter position with a permanent marker as this takes ages to get half a turn due to the lack of space for leverage.
Refit the drain plug and fill with 10w40 oil or 10w60 oil exactly 6.4 ltrs..
Run the car up to temperature so the fans come on and check the filter and sump plug for leaks...
Turn off and give the area another spray down with the brake cleaner and a rag...
Refit the aircon brackets