"Bringing Kenny back to the club as an ambassador was also a fantastic move which I know gave the players a big lift," he said.
"I honestly don't see a lot more changes being needed to the side, but we do have to find consistency from the first game. That showed last year when it was draws, not defeats which cost us. We are good enough to win it.
"Our 'keeper is the best in the world, defensively we're very solid and we've got matchwinners such as Fernando.
"The Premier League gets harder to win every year. The form we showed last season would have been enough to win it in a lot of years, and yet we finished second. It shows there's no room for error."