Rosler's visions for the team have drawn comparisons with former boss Roberto Martinez, and the German has acknowledged that there are some similarities but stresses his intention to carve out a reputation of his own.
"Roberto left big footprints for anyone to follow. I want to find my own style of football; I like to play the ball on the ground, I like to play the ball quick, I like to play forward and I want to commit with bodies going forward," Rosler told PA.
"I need a lot of energy in the team, I need the wingers to attack and in some ways we [Rosler and Martinez] are similar, in other ways we are probably not similar. I want to be known for my own style of football."
Wigan lost 2-1 to Millwall on Saturday and will look to end a five-match losing streak in Rosler's first game in charge when they take on Maribor in the Europa League on Thursday.