The Dutchman is also hoping that no player will be leaving the first team squad, despite European interest in Siyanda Xulu and Nyasha Mushekwi.
Sundowns have already signed Edward Manqele, Eleazar Rodgers, Wayne Arendse, Thami Sangweni, Tebogo Langerman, Emmanuel Baffour, Mumuni Abubakar and Alje Schut, with a few youngsters also gaining promotion ahead of the start of the new season.
“I am happy with the players who are here now, so I don’t need anymore players and nobody has to go,” Neeskens says.
He adds that he is not particular about the numbers in his squad, but will prefer to have around 31 players. At present The Brazilians have 35 players training with the first team.
“For me it is okay to have about 31 players including three goalkeepers, which means we have 28 players which is fine with me,” he adds.
Neeskens was speaking ahead of the MTN8 first leg semi-final against Moroka Swallows on Saturday night at the Lucas ‘Masterpieces’ Moripe Stadium, which he describes as an important game.
“It is an important game for us against strong opposition who finished second last season and have ambitions to win something just like us. We respect them but want to grab our chance in these two games and go to the final,” he says.