It's been a disappointing end to the season for Southend with Phil Brown's appointment not having the desired effect if you're honest.
Brown could easily make wholesale changes this weekend, turning to some younger players etc., but he has no intention of doing this.
Ending the season "on a high" is what he wants so, as he told The Echo, no experimentation is planned: 'I don't think it's the type of game for experimentation because I'd like to win the game and finish on a high to give the supporters something to think about during the summer.
'We also want to put a marker down and end with three points.
'I think it's been a positive season for the football club with a good run, a Wembley final and being in the top half of the table.
'However, it is a shame the league season has petered out and we don't want that to happen next year.'
Some changes, due to a number being out of contract and unlikely to be retained by him, will be made however with The Shrimpers boss admitting that much.