Barnsley boss Mark Robins will meet with club owner Patrick Cryne at the end of the season to discuss the future plans for the Tykes.

Robins has successfully guided the club to safety, with a top-half finish still a possibility, despite paying out no transfer fees this term.

"We've achieved the minimum requirement, but I've still got to sit down with the chairman and tell him what I'd like to do," He told The Star. "There are still a hell of a lot of decisions to made at this stage, without talking to him, it remains to be seen whether we can bring in one or two players."

He added: "For me we've got to push on now. I'm pleased with what I've achieved and I've got to give the players plenty of credit. It will be good to talk to him and see what we can do going forward."

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