“I believe this run of games could really serve us well going into next season because the harsh realities are there of just how tough this division is," he told the Daily Echo.
“It is a period for us where we are under no illusions that we will have to come back a lot better team than when we left. Next season, this league is going to be a lot tougher than it is now.
“We have always been aware of the money side and it has not gone unnoticed from our perspective.
“We may look at one or two things. A lot of the squad have had good game time this season and, in the main, most players have been given an opportunity.
“I might look at giving one or two other players an opportunity and might experiment slightly but with the best intentions because we want to try to get some points between now and the end of the season in what will be two really tough games for us.”