The Pharaohs boss was speaking after his side dispatched Guinea 3-1 on Sunday, which was their final preparatory fixture before the Afcon finals start on June 21.
"The Tanzania and Guinea tests are sufficient preparation for the tournament," Aguirre told the media.
"We had 19 chances to score against Tanzania and we also created many chances during the Guinea match.
"The two matches proved beneficial for the team as we were able to test players in different positions, which has satisfied the technical staff.
“I am settled on the line-up that will play Friday's opener against Zimbabwe."
Following two wins in their warm-up games, Aguirre’s side have now wrapped up preparations for Afcon, as they seek an eighth African crown.
The host nation begin their search for a first Afcon title since 2010 against Zimbabwe on June 21, before games against DR Congo and Uganda follow on June 26 and June 30, respectively.