Squad to be finalised after training on Saturday

Perth Glory coach Ian Ferguson will wait until tomorrow's final training session behind closed doors before naming his 15 man squad for the season opening blockbuster against Adelaide United on Sunday at nib Stadium.

Perth Glory coach Ian Ferguson will wait until tomorrow's final training session behind closed doors before naming his 15 man squad for the season opening blockbuster against Adelaide United on Sunday at nib Stadium.

"The biggest headache I've got now is trying to select a team because everyone has been great in pre-season," Ferguson said.

"It's obviously a headache for me but it's a good one to have. I'm trying to find the right balance now and continuity and shape."

The coach has also urged his players to forget last season and focus on the positives for the 2011-12 Hyundai A-League campaign.

"I keep saying this to the players, they've got to forget last year. It's a new beginning," he said.

"We need to put last year behind us and move on and try to start the way we mean to go on."

"There's a lot of positives to come out of this pre-season, which I've been very happy with."

"So the signs are all good and we're reasonably happy. I'm happy with the way things are going and the boys we've recruited. There's a totally different vibe around the place to what there was last year."

It's also been a big off-season for Adelaide United who added Bruce Djite and Dario Vidosic to their attacking line-up to partner Sergio van Dijk.

"I've seen two of their pre-season games now and they work really hard, they try to put you under pressure and they try to make you make a mistake so they can capitalise on it," he said.

"We know what the dangers are, we know they've got good players and have good mobility and energy in there."