Rangers International of Enugu head coach Salisu Yusuf has ruled out making huge changes in the team ahead of their CAF Confederations Cup game with Pyramids of Egypt.
The former Super Eagles coach was drafted into the team as a temporal replacement for sacked Benedict Ugwu who only oversaw a run of single win from five league games this season.
Speaking ahead of the Sunday tie with Egyptians side, Yusuf said he’s looking to make use of the best legs at his disposal.
“It’s too early to ask for a fresh leg because we can not recruit now, so what we going do is that”, he started.
“We are going to use the best leg with have here, to see where we can reach, before hoping that we can have new players.”
“We are going to work hard and not necessarily making new changes and we can just introduce some new ideas, like how the team should play or defend and transition and hopefully we can achieve that. He said.
Rangers failed to make it past the group stage last season, but they will hoping to do so this time around.