Ajax Cape Town boss Gordon Igesund says his side is well prepared for their second Castle Premiership fixture of the season when they host Bloemfontein Celtic at Newlands on Friday night.
The Urban Warriors will be hoping to bounce back from their 3-0 loss to Moroka Swallows in their opening fixture.
"We are well prepared for this match," said 'The Coach'. "The guys have worked pretty hard this week and we are confident of a positive result."
Igesund admitted that the lack of goals was a concern, but confirmed that it was an area they worked on this week.
"We need to score a few goals and build up our confidence," added Igesund. "We also have players coming back into the side.
Last season's runners-up have been boosted by the return of Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Moeneeb Josephs, will return to the side following suspension.
Striker Wilfred Mugeyi will also be included in the squad, but is set to start from the bench.
"We also have a few players coming back in and Moeneeb is a definite positive.
"It is a home match and with the crowd behind us I am sure the players will rise to the occasion."
However, he conceded that Ajax were not expecting an easy match against last season's Division One Coastal Stream winners.
"We are expecting a tough match and Celtic, like us, will be looking for their first win of the season. But we feel confident of a positive result tomorrow."