Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has complained that several members of his squad are not looking after themselves properly.
Davies has revealed that he left midfielder Lewis McGugan on the substitute's bench for the 5-0 defeat at Burnley because of "indiscipline", but says the 20-year-old is not the only miscreant.
He said: "I've had to drop Lewis because of off-the-field indiscipline. I'm not going to go into it and it's not just Lewis, there are a couple of players we must demand more of regarding their lifestyle.
"This is something we have to sort out. It's about eating habits, preparation for games, everything.
"Unfortunately, there are one or two who have to be with the squad at the moment because of our situation but we'd like to send them away to let them understand what's required.
"Long-term, there will be questions asked with regards to the type of players we need here because the fans deserve better."