NEAL Ardley admitted it will be a big summer for Solihull Moors after his side finished the season with a 1-0 home defeat against promotion contenders Woking.
Moors were undone by substitute Ricky Korboa’s 55th minute goal at the ARMCO Arena to end the season winless in their last eight matches.
The result means Moors finish the season in 15th place, some 13 points outside of the play-offs, and Ardley admitted he was disappointed with his side’s campaign.
Ardley said: “I look back on the season with disappointment, we haven’t got anywhere near to how good we were last season, my job is to dissect that.
“We’ve got a big summer ahead of us, we have to improve in lots of areas not just on the pitch but off it as well and we’ve got to try and put that in place.
“We’ve got to make sure we give the fans something next season where they can get excited again, this season has petered out, the injuries we’ve had have been freak and I’ve never had that before.
“Last season we had an exceptional team that was pushing for the play-offs, this season when we’ve had a poor run or injuries we’ve been able to introduce some academy players.
“One or two of them might stay in the squad, one or two might go out on loan, they’ll all be involved in pre-season and that’s their opportunity to ask questions.”