Boss looking ahead
Blackpool boss Paul Ince admits that after securing Championship football for another season he has a lot of work to do in the summer.
The 45-year-old took over the reins at the North West club in February, becoming the third manager of the term after Ian Holloway and Michael Appleton both moved on to pastures new.
Blackpool picked up a 2-1 victory over Derby at Bloomfield Road on Saturday with goals from Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Ludovic Sylvestre enough to take all three points.
Ince insists that he has no time to rest now as he already starts to plan for next year, with a number of players out of contract and a lot of speculation surrounding the future of his son Thomas.
The Tangerines boss said: "I'm glad this fantastic club has managed to stay in the Championship and we can go forward next year.
"Now I will sit down with the chairman and start getting some targets. We do need fresh faces. I don't want to dismantle the whole team, we have a fantastic core here and spirit, but I just want to add to it."