After a goalless draw at home in the first leg at the weekend, the Buccaneers need a win or scoring draw to advance to the group stages of the continental competition.
'Micho' trusts his men will get the job done in Windhoek.
“I would not stand in front of you if I don’t believe in the players,” Micho said.
“We are having to work all of us as a technical team, we are doing it with them. I have absolute confidence and belief and trust in our players in what we are doing.”
Since the beginning of the week, Micho has been working on his side's attacking as he feels this is where they were lacking in the first leg at Orlando Stadium in Soweto.
“We are looking to win the match or goals draw. It is something we are targeting. We believe in what we are doing and we believe in the players we have.
“We believe that we can pull up the socks and pull up the sleeves, work hard enough and conclude by getting good results that will help us go in the group stages of the Champions League.
“We need to prepare much better and are looking forward to playing a much better attacking game in Windhoek,” concluded the Serbian.