THERE could well be changes in Town's playing personnel before Saturday's trip to Bournemouth.
But boss Peter Jackson will demand exactly the same spirit and application which brought a welcome 2-0 home win over Cheltenham on Saturday.
Jackson's side climbed two places to 14th in League I after Luke Beckett (31 minutes) and Andy Booth (43) struck to bring a first-ever Town win over the Cotswolds side at the sixth attempt.
It was Beckett's first start in nine and his first goal since the 2-1 home win over Carlisle on October 14.
There have been rumours that Jackson could let his £85,000 close-season signing from Sheffield United move on during the January transfer window.
And the manager said after Saturday's game: "Some will go out and some will come in before the end of the month."
But after Beckett, making only his 15th start of the season, netted his seventh goal in front of a 9,813 crowd (202 from Cheltenham), it seems less likely he will be among the list of departures.
"I was really pleased with both Luke Beckett and Andy Booth," said Jackson, who has told defenders Danny Adams and Martin McIntosh they are free to look for other clubs.
"Luke impressed me in the Reserves on Wednesday (he scored as Leeds were beaten 1-0 at Elland Road).