Wholesale changes, according to Rosenior, must be avoided.
"If you look at other clubs, and I won't name names, but they've attempted revolutions and ended up back in the Championship with £50m wage bills," Rosenior told the Hull Daily Mail.
"If it's not broken, why fix it?
"We've got a great team spirit and good players. Why would you want to break that up for bringing in players you're not sure about?
"Everyone pulls in the same direction here and that's what we're going to need if we're to succeed in the Premier League.
"We can't settle for being here for one year, we want to build and be here for a long time. People will write us off but that's to our advantage. I'm all for it.
"When people underestimate you, you can soon surprise them. We've got a lot of good players here who can do well in the Premier League."