Signeul was also sanguine about the kick0off time - 11am - despite the hosts not having indicated why the Group 4 match is being held at the earliest time permitted by UEFA.
"The only issue is that we lost some sleep because we got to bed a bit later than we would have liked on Monday evening but we have time to catch up on our rest," said Signeul. "We played our first Euro 2013 qualifer in Israel at 11am so we know how to prepare for a morning kick-off. We won that game 6-1 so it might even be an advantage. I have no idea why the kick-off is so early; we just have to deal with it."
The problems arose when the Scotland squad assembled at Edinburgh Airport at midday on Monday for their 2.25pm flight to Poznan. Shortly before take-off they were advised there was a technical issue which needed to be assessed by engineers.
The Scottish players and other passengers were eventually allowed on to the plane at around 6pm. They sat on the runway for an hour before being told the flight was cancelled, and that it was being rescheduled for 6.25am yesterday morning.
Having been found accommodation near Glasgow airport by the airline concerned, the Scots arrived at their hotel near Poznan some 16 hours later than expected. Fortunately, lessons learned in Euro 2013 qualifying minimised the damage.
"We evaluate things after every campaign and last time round we identitified we wanted to build an extra day into away trips," Signeul said. "This is the first time we have had a lengthy delay, but we were okay because we knew we had plenty of time before the match on Thursday. There is no real change to our training schedule. Our hotel was Portugal's training base for Euro 2012 so everything is purpose-built for football teams. We couldn't be in a better location ahead of the match."
Scotland lead Group 4 by three points from Sweden, who are at home to the Faroe Islands tomorrow night.