Foley rules out major changes
Waratahs coach refusing to panic after disappointing season
Last Updated: June 3, 2012 12:04pm
Michael Foley: Will not make wholesale changes to his squad
Waratahs coach Michael Foley has dismissed claims his side needs major surgery if they are to compete next season.
The Sydney franchise have endured a miserable campaign, with Saturday's 33-12 loss to the Hurricanes their 10 defeat of the season - a record sixth in succession.
However Foley, whose own position remains under scrutiny, insists that the current squad only needs minor tweaks.
Foley, who has already signed up-and-coming openside flanker Michael Hooper for next season, told AAP: "There's not a lot to do with this squad, there'll be a couple of things we'll look at.
"That (personnel changes) naturally happens as a result of players coming out of contract and there's a different landscape next year in terms of salary caps and so forth and we've already begun that process.
"I think Michael Hooper is a fair sign of the direction we're looking to take both in terms of quality and also younger players."