Wrexham manager Brian Little has warned his players not to expect life to be easy in the Conference, following their relegation from the Football League.
The Red Dragons said goodbye to League Two with a 4-2 victory at Lincoln City, but Little is already preparing for the tough battle ahead next term.
He told Wales on Sunday: "There may be a couple of weeks' holiday, but then we are straight into it.
"There is going to be a lot of hard work and tough decisions to be made during the summer. We have to look at who we can keep and who we can bring in to try to strengthen the squad.
"I watched Burton and Cambridge the other night and the simple fact of the matter is we are not as good as them at this moment in time.
"It is no use kidding ourselves, the top six in the Conference are better than we are now.
"I think the top six there could hold their own in this division, but we have time to prepare ourselves now."