BROMSGROVE boss Brendan Kelly says he could ring the changes as his side build towards the Southern Central Division One play-offs.

Sporting guaranteed second spot with last Saturday's 1-0 win at home to Cambridge.

It means the pressure is off for the final three games, starting with this Saturday's trip to Aylesbury United.

That will be followed by the visit of Coleshill to the Victoria Ground on Bank Holiday Monday before the regular campaign is wrapped up at Berkhamsted on April 27.

Kelly is determined to give his Rouslers the best chance of success in the play-offs and thinks resting a few of his regulars could help prepare them for the battle ahead.

He said: "Now that we can't finish in any other position other than second then it means we will have the chance to shuffle the team around a little.

"We're in the position to rest a few of the lads and that could be important.

"We have seven or eight players that have played over 30 games already this season.

"It's not going to be a problem resting a few and then worrying about if they'll get back up to speed or taking their eye off the ball because they all know each other's game so well.

"The other side of the coin is if the players who come in do well then they'll have the chance to earn a place in the side.

"It's a good chance for a few to impress in the final few games before the play-offs."

Kelly couldn't be at the Cambridge victory due to personal reasons but added: "I got a full report on the game and by all accounts it wasn't a vintage showing from us.

"To be honest I don't care at this stage because it's all about results really. It was a patchy performance but we're pleased with the clean sheet."