Chiefs signed two players - George Maluleka and Katlego Mphela - earlier this year and despite ending the season empty-handed, Baxter said that the club won't panic buy
AmaKhosi failed to defend their two major titles, including the Nedbank Cup, this season, and the majority of fans believe that the team didn't have enough depth to match Sundowns' quality, but Baxter said that is no cause for concern going into the upcoming season.
"We will not go into a panic mode. We will take stock after the final game," Baxter told the Chiefs website. "We will sit with Bobby (Motaung) to take stock and determine the way forward.
"We will look at the players, but I'm not one for a massive squad. We will look at where there's a need, where we need to create a balance and make a determination accordingly," he added.
Baxter also revealed that the club's football manager Bobby Motaung told them to keep their heads up and play for the pride against AmaZulu in their final game on Saturday afternoon.
"Bobby (Motaung) told us in the dressing room that we have to play for the pride, for the points that could have won the league in any season and for the next season," concluded Baxter.
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