Portsmouth boss Michael Appleton is determined to resurrect the fortunes of the club after their relegation to League One.
The financially stricken outfit have faced a multitude of problems over the last few years and their 2-1 defeat against Derby consigned them to the third tier of English football.
Appleton, however, is not fazed by this challenge and is relishing the opportunity to change the fortunes of the club, both on and off the pitch.
"The players have given everything and been competitive," he told the club's official website.
"They've worked their socks off in the face of so many disappointments. But now we've got an opportunity to go and rebuild.
"And that means rebuilding the infrastructure of the club as well as what's happening on the pitch.
"A lot needs to be changed. We can't cope with the wage structure we have at the minute and something has to give, so players have to leave."