The AmaZulu coach said that despite having worked with the Urban Warriors, he is aware that the team has changed its strategies since they have a new coach and management.
“I am not taking for granted the fact that I have worked with them. I am sure that they are also preparing according to what they know about me as well,” said Rosslee.
The coach said his greatest concern with AmaZulu is scoring as they have been playing good football.
“That is a great concern for me. We are getting there, as we dominate well in the park and we have great combinations, so the only challenge is converting.
“During the break that we had, I was pleased with the way Ayanda and Goodman Dlamini played and if they continue on that form, then we will return with maximum points in Cape Town.
Rosslee said that he is looking forward to taking the challenge when he plays against his former team.
“The match will not be easy at all. We will have to utilize all the opportunities that we get. We must not forget that they want full points as we do, so I expect a tough match,” he said.