A change in format won't see a change in approach from Trent Boult, returning to the Black Caps' T20 ranks ahead of tomorrow's fourth match against England in Napier tomorrow.
With Boult returning to the fold in place of the rested Lockie Ferguson, the Black Caps can wrap up a series win at McLean Park tomorrow night, currently holding a 2-1 lead in the best of five series.
A regular fixture in both Test and ODI sides, Boult isn't called on as often in the shortest format, however sees these next two matches as a chance to carry on his form heading into the home summer.
"It's the same mindset as what I take into most formats," Boult told media.
"Trying to be aggressive, trying to take wickets, and try to do my role for the side. That is being aggressive with the ball, I'm looking to do that the next couple of nights."
With McLean Park a traditionally batting friendly ground, boasting short boundaries and a flat wicket, Boult knows he could be in the firing line.
"She's always a beautiful wicket here. I hope I don't get to bat on it, but I'm presuming it's going to be a pretty good surface."
The Black Caps face England in Napier tomorrow night, before finishing the series at Eden Park on Sunday afternoon.