MK DONS boss Karl Robinson is pledging to plan 'everything beyong belief' ahead of their play-off games with Huddersfield Town.
The young boss, whose side currently sit in fourth place in League I, said: “We are going to do things differently, and plan everything beyond belief with so much more detail.”
Robinson said the squad will be away from home in a hotel between the two legs, the first of which will take place at lunchtime on Saturday, May 12 followed by the second leg on Tuesday, May 15, in order to 'dedicate their life' to securing a berth in the Wembley play-off final.
The former Liverpool youth coach will also ban his team from watching the other semi-final, in order that they don’t lose focus for games which Robinson describes ‘like our Champions League’.
As the club's options have narrowed down to a straight match-up with Huddersfield Town, Robinson said there were now only two options now available.
He added: “We’ve only got two plans left on the table, which is whether we play them home or away in the first or second leg. That’s all that’s left.”