Fiji have no intention of changing their tactics for this afternoon's Under 20 World Cup football clash against Honduras in Christchurch.
The Pacific minnows were thumped 8-1 by Germany on Monday, in their first ever match at a FIFA tournament.
Technical Director Ravinesh Kumar says the players were a bit nervous and intimidated against the European heavyweights first up but expects them to be more confident now they have a game under their belt.
"We will stick to the same style. The two other teams [still to play in our group] will be also very good teams and Fiji need to have a lot of confidence in them. The players need to have a lot of faith and confidence in themselves individually, and as a team, and they need to keep the possession more times".
Ravinesh Kumar says their aim is to come out of the match respectfully.