Gary Johnson is bracing himself for a 'big summer' at Yeovil Town, with a mass exodus of top talent expected at Huish Park.
A 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield Town on Easter Monday has effectively condemned Yeovil to relegation back to the third tier after just one season in the Sky Bet Championship.
Johnson's men sit six points from safety with just two fixtures remaining and would require a 13-goal swing in their favour to stand any chance of staying up.
Johnson concedes that plans now need to be put in place for next season, with it important that Yeovil do not allow all of their hard work over recent years to be undone.
Only two members of the XI that started against Huddersfield remain under contract for next season, and addressing squad numbers and possible additions must become a top priority for all concerned.
Johnson told the Western Gazette: "There's got to be a lot of discussions. First we have got to know what we can bring in, who's staying and going.
"Everyone's got to look at the plight and their situation and whether that needs to carry on or wants to carry on.
"There's a lot that's got to happen. It will be a big summer for the football club and only until those discussions have been held can we see what the future holds."