Pirates have been drawn against Angolan side Recreativo do Libolo in the Champions League preliminary round. Should Pirates beat the Angolans they will come up against Nigerian side Sunshine Stars. Bucs are looking at Zambian striker Evans Kangwa and Vusiwe Masondo, formerly with Mpumalanga Black Aces, who have been on trial at the club. There has also been media speculation that Mozambican international Elias Pelembe might join the Sea Robbers in January or at end of the season. Leal says he will speak to club chairman Irvin Khoza about adding players to his squad. "With the five months and one week that I have been with the team I am very happy with my squad. At first it was difficult to trim the squad down because all the players were had in the team were very good but it was important to keep a reasonable number of players to work with and manage. "We have a huge task ahead of us next year, to defend the other two trophies and also playing in Africa. I will need to make some reinforcements and add two or three players to the team. "Those players must make the team get better and must be of a superior level to increase expectations and have the capacity to help Pirates continue doing well," he adds. The coach says that he will only make his decision on whether to sign Masondo by Friday. "He is doing well and I also remember him while still at Aces. He is a skilful player and very mobile. He has been with us for almost three weeks now and will make a decision on him before the end of this week. "I know what he is capable of but the decision to sign him must be based on whether he will add something more than what we have in the current team," he adds.