The Wanderers defeated Perth Glory 2-1 on Sunday in Sydney in Foxe's first match in charge, after the announcement seven days earlier that foundation coach Tony Popovic was heading to Turkey.
The side played well in their A-League season opener at Spotless Stadium and Foxe stuck to the plans put in place by his predecessor.
"We're not changing, we've had a very successful pre-season, why would I need to change anything, not at all," Foxe said.
"I've been involved with this club for the last three years and we've evolved each season.
"What the club stands for I believe in, as does everyone else that works here.
"There's nothing to change in the way that we play and we run and operate this football club."
While outsiders wondered how the Wanderers would cope with a coaching change so close to the season, Foxe was always confident the club's culture would enable them to handle the situation.
"People have been saying, 'how are players going to cope, how is the club going to cope'," Foxe said.
"But when you have a foundation the club has built with the purpose it has been, anything that comes their way in terms of a negative, they turn it in to a positive."
He hasn't had ongoing talks with the club over the coaching position he admits he would love to hold on a permanent basis.
"This is all so fresh," Foxe said.
"My job as a caretaker coach is to make sure that the football side is run how it's been run the the last 15 weeks, make sure the players know their roles on the pitch and everyone is doing their jobs, that's my role here at the moment."