Yeovil boss Gary Johnson is looking forward to strengthening his side after they signed off with a 2-0 defeat at Huddersfield.
Goals from Lee Novak and Daniel Ward earned the hosts three points ahead of their play-off semi-final with MK Dons.
"If I can add four or five to the six or seven players who are better than they have shown, we are not going to be far away," said Johnson. "The club has had a great second half to the season and we can't be too downhearted at this result.
"There is more to come from some of our players but we need a bit a strength, quality and pace to help them.
"I am looking forward to the summer and doing some business. We have quite a good list of players we think we can bring in. We have some good players but we need them to be consistent.
"Huddersfield have done well over 46 games and have two goalscorers in Jordan Rhodes and Lee Novak. We haven't got their budget but we can't complain about that."