The 65-year-old German has introduced a new football philosophy to the Lions.
National team coach Bernd Stange wants Singapore to attack their opponents AFC Asian Cup Group A qualifiers.
The Lions tackle Oman on on August 14 at the Jalan Besar Stadium in the first of three consecutive home games and convinced Stange to finally introduce a new brand of football to his side that the players are gradually coming to terms with.
It has led to renewed optimism in the Singapore camp ahead of the triple header and the 65-year-old German feels it is about time they started taking more chances in games.
“We are finally moving into attacking football as we have to win matches, but it is still a long way to go,” Stange told Goal Singapore.
“We have three home matches in a row and I don’t see any sense to wait for what the opponents will do in our stadium.
“That is why we are absolutely focused on attacking football.”
Singapore haven’t beaten Oman since they emerged victorious from a Merdeka Cup clash in Kuala Lumpur in 1988.
And after being thrashed 4-0 in the opening Asian Cup qualifier by Jordan In February the Lions know they need to get off the mark against the Red Warriors.