STEVE Donovan will sit down with his Chester team to discuss plans for next year's attempt to bounce back into North One - but only after tomorrow's season finale against Huddersfield.
The Hare Lane club's director of rugby has insisted the players and coaching staff focus on tomorrow's home game before planning for the 2007/08 campaign.
He said: 'We have not met to discuss anything. We have to finish the season and so we have been concentrating fully on the visit of Huddersfield.
'At the moment we don't know who is considering leaving, who wants to stay or anything.
'Once the season is over we will have those talks and then we will see where we are.'
Chester cannot improve their league position now and will be relegated to North West Two having finished second from bottom.
Donovan has already signalled his intention to bounce straight back with a rebuilt team.
But Chester's young side will need to adapt to another league, having just found their feet in North One - albeit too late to save themselves.
Tomorrow they face Huddersfield without Tom Donovan and Simon Love, who were both injured two weeks ago as Hull put on a late show against Chester's depleted numbers.
The hosts had overtaken them only in the last 10 minutes as Chester looked on course for a victory, which may have left them with a spark of a survival hope.
Returning to the side are Morne Barnardo to replace Tom Donovan and Sean Green to replace Love.
Nathan Sandland-Jones and Jamie Whitelock-Wainwright will also come into the side.