Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane does not feel that a change of tactics will be called for when they begin their second successive Champions League campaign this weekend.
AmaKhosi are up against Township Rollers of Botswana in a preliminary round CAF Champions League match at the FNB Stadium on Saturday night and will be determined to get things off to a good start after they were eliminated by Democratic Republic of Congo outfit AS Vita in the second round last year.
Chiefs head into the game currently enjoying a 13-point lead at the top of the Absa Premiership standings over second-placed Mamelodi Sundowns, and according to Letsholonyane, the best way to approach Saturday's game is to continue doing what has brought them so much success already this season.
"I don't think we should change anything as a team, because we do things our own way and those things work for us most of the times, but if that doesn't work then it doesn't mean we should change," Letsholonyane told Goal.
"So, we will still be doing whatever we have been doing over the past few years; if it wins us the games then we're happy and if it doesn't then it means going back to try and improve.
"So, we won't change just because we didn't do well in Caf last year. So, we will still approach it the same way even this year," he added.