Barnsley manager Mark Robins will turn his attention to youth as his side have nothing more to play for this season.
Kieran Trippier hit a stunning free-kick to earn a point for the Tykes in a 2-2 draw with Doncaster at Oakwell. Two goals from Jason Euell, either side of a Stephen Foster leveller, had put Rovers on course for a deserved victory before Trippier struck.
Robins said: "I'm pleased that we had five players under the age of 20 playing and three of those were under 17.
"We're looking at fast-tracking them into more games. We've got two games left and one of them is a derby game.
"I thought the goals we conceded were sloppy goals to give away, which is the annoying part for me.
"From a set-piece we've got a goal back. Trippier deserved that because he practices that type of free-kick every day."