Yeovil Town manager Paul Sturrock says he will use the last four games of the campaign to identify any players he wants to keep for next season.The Glovers were relegated from Sky Bet League 1 on Saturday following a 1-1 draw with Notts County, and Sturrock will now use the remaining time in the division to make a judgement on his squad.
"There's players with contracts here that I might not want, there's players without contracts that I would like to have," he said.
"So I've got to weigh up the situation and when I get assigned a budget make sure I get the players I want.
"Losing is as habit forming as winning and we've got to break that mould now. It's going to one of those revolving doors with players being shifted out and those coming in.
"Now we've got to pick ourselves up and there's an assessment to be made of this squad of players over the next four games and we'll take it from there."
The stalemate with County was Sturrock's first game in charge at Huish Park, following his appointment as Yeovil boss last week.