HUDDERSFIELD Town manager Simon Grayson has set his focus on ensuring his side are playing his former employers Leeds United next season.
In a week that has seen his successor at Elland Road, Neil Warnock, release a host of players, Grayson was more concerned with earning promotion via the League I play-offs.
"Obviously we are at the stage of the year when players are being released, but what is happening at other clubs is really not my problem," said Grayson.
"I have to look to my group of players and focus the Yeovil game tomorrow and then our two big games against Milton Keynes Dons and try to ensure that we are playing against the likes if Leeds in the Championship next season."
But Grayson was not expecting an easy ride against a Yeovil side who have ensured their League I place for next season under Gary Johnson.
"Gary Johnson will be expecting a good performance from his players because some them will be playing for a place at the club next season, so we can expect them to give us a contest," said Grayson.
"We have to make sure that we are on our game as well, and really we have to treat it as though we are playing MK Dons."