Rotherham manager Andy Scott has already turned his attention to recruiting new players.
Scott is set to overhaul his current squad in the summer, with upto 10 players out of contract, while Nicky Law and Ryan Taylor look set to reject new deals.
The former Brentford manager, who was appointed into the Don Valley hotseat in April, believes his squad is unbalanced and short on numbers and has already set the wheels in motion to bring new players in.
"I have had ideas from before I came here on players that would be suited to this level and that hasn't changed," he said. "I have been speaking to a lot of agents to see who is available and who isn't available and whether they fit into our framework.
"It's every position, we haven't got enough strength in depth.
"We've got loan players returning to their parent clubs, players out of contract who will leave, players out of contract who will be offered new deals but might not sign them. So we have to cover every area really."