The Peru football coach says his side is prepared for whatever conditions Wellington throws at them in tomorrow's World Cup qualifier against the All Whites.
Strong winds are forecast for the first leg of the intercontinental play-off.
Ricardo Gareca isn't concerned about the well-known swirling winds in the stadium.
"We are aware of the winds, but traditionally Peru plays it's football on the ground with its passing and so I don't see that as a major problem."
"In the end it is the same for both teams."
Peru had just one training session in Wellington on Friday after spening their week in Auckland.
Gareca says he hasn't taken special attention of any one New Zealand player ahead of the game.
"New Zealand is a good team and it doesn't have strenght in just one area or another but Peru will be careful with the team in general as the whole team is a danger and has good qualities."
The second leg is in Lima next week with the overall winner qualifying for next year's World Cup in Russia.