Ajax manager Peter Bosz has proclaimed that his side must stick to their 'forte' if they are to beat Manchester United in the Europa League final on Wednesday night.
The Dutchman has been credited in his homeland for returning Ajax to the style of football that helped produce legendary players such as Johann Cruyff, Denis Bergkamp and Marco van Basten.
The Amsterdam side will come up against Jose Mourinho's counter-attacking United team in Stockholm, but Bosz isn't worried about the actions of the opposition.
"Of course we got to a final with a certain way of playing, which is our forte,' Bosz said in the pre-match press conference.
"We try not to change what we did before.
"The opposition can of course force you to play a different kind of football. With your team you discuss all the scenarios.
"It all depends how strong we are. If we can play as strongly as we can, we'll show this way of playing to Manchester.
"I think we only have a chance to beat Manchester if we play our own game.
"We have our own way of playing developed this season, which I always call the Ajax way of playing. So tomorrow, if we can play our way, we have a chance."