HUDDERSFIELD Town boss Lee Clark will not be turning his attention to the League I play-offs until the final whistle has been blown on the campaign tomorrow.
Brentford provide Town's opponents at the Galpharm Stadium (3pm) as Clark's side seek to extend their unbeaten league run to 25 matches and Clark wants his side to maintain their momentum and will leave potential play-off rivals Bournemouth and Milton Keynes Dons to sort themselves out.
"I will not be thinking about who we will play in the play-offs until 5 o'clock," said Clark in this morning's Press conference.
"We have been doing our homework on the teams we could possibly face for the last six to eight weeks, but all we are looking at is the game against a Brentford side who will provide us with a tough contest."
And Clark said that there would be be consideration of making changes in the Town camp as they go into the season's finale.
"Aside from the four long term injuries - Alex Smithies, Anthony Pilkington, Damien Johnson and Lian Ridehalgh - we have a clean bill of health," said Clark.
"The 11 who start the game will be staking their claim because all the players in the squad have shown they can make a big contribution. There will be no temptation on my part to rotate the squad."