Putting aside last year's triumphant run in the Indian Premier League, Darren Berry, director of coaching, Jaipur IPL team, said on Saturday that his team would start afresh.
"Like last year, this year too we do not have big names. But we have players with big hearts. Last year we were the underdogs, this year we are the top dogs. It is a different mentality we will have to face."
Berry announced the addition of three new overseas signings, all from Australia.
Rob Quiney is a 26-year-old explosive top-order batsman from Victoria while Shane Harwood, 34, a fast medium bowler from Victoria, and 33-year-old Queensland all-rounder Lee Carseldine are replacements for Pakistan's Sohail Tanvir and Kamran Akmal, who are not available this year.