PEGASUS Juniors manager Mick Panniers has said that there will be changes over the summer as the club look to ‘push on’ with their new 3G facility.

Peggy finished bottom of the West Midlands Premier Division this season losing 31 of their 38 league matches.

“Things have obviously got to change next season, as a club we need to push forwards and we need to take it a lot more seriously,” said Panniers.

“There will be a lot of changes playing wise and one or two changes within the club. With the new facility coming (Pegasus have had plans approved for a 3G pitch) we need to push on.

“I need people who I know I will have every week at training which has fell by the wayside this year but next year we will be pushing to have a very good season."

Pegasus are yet to learn which division they will play in next year and could move across to the Hellenic Football League.

“It will depend on where the FA put us,” added Panniers.

“I know a couple of local teams have asked to go sideways to the Hellenic. So they might end up putting us in there if the others go. We will just go where the FA put us really.”

Despite their league form Pegasus reached the HFA County Challenge Cup final where they were beaten 6-0 in the final.

“They are a quality side and we haven’t played a side that good this season,” added Panniers.

“To be fair I think we did as much as we could do. We have been struggling to score goals all season and it would have been nice to get one at the end but the lads have given everything they could give.

“Sometimes you’ve got to hold your hands up and they are a top quality side. They are well organised and decent right through the side. I’m happy with our performance and I know we lost 6-0 but I thought we did okay.”