Samoa club champions Kiwi FC are confident of holding their own in the Oceania Champions League football competition.
Kiwi won the OFC Preliminary at the weekend to advance to the Champions League main draw in April.
They last competed in the regional championship two years ago, where they lost all three group games and failed to score a goal.
Martin Tamasese said Nadi FC from Fiji, AS Magenta of New Caledonia and Tahiti's AS Tefana would all be new opponents for his side.
The 2014 squad was missing some key players but he said there were more organised this time.
"The problem that we had for the last O-League that we went [to] is that most of our players in the first stage in American Samoa wasn't available for the second stage because of their clubs but after our Preliminary in the Cook Islands we've talked with our boys and they are all willing and want to be available for the second one."
Martin Tamasese said they will also be able to call on more overseas based players to strengthen their squad.