The coach of the NPL champions says the supporters will see a new team when hostilities start next season
Ganaru noted that since there won't be radical changes in the playing staff, supporters should expect a brand new team.
"By saying that Nigerians should expect a brand new team does not mean a lot of players will join us. I mean the players will begin to play more purposeful football that is result oriented.
"What we have planned to do is to reinforce the weak areas and then we will be set to go. There is no need recruiting a lot of players when we have a good team.
"I like continuity and once we hold down the players that we need, then you can be sure that we will just strengthen some areas.
"We are mindful of the fact that we are playing in the Caf Champions League next year so our recruitment will be guided by that fact.
"I am optimistic that we are going to get good players that will help us do well next season. Even though we might lose some players to foreign clubs, we are hopeful that we can still present a solid team.
"Kano Pillars will be ready for hostilities and we will do everything possible not to dissapoint Nigerians in the Champions League," Ganaru said.
Kano Pillars emerged the winner of the Nigeria Premier League with 64 points last season.