ANDY SCOTT has warned his Brentford players nobody's place is safe next season following Saturday's dismal defeat at Lincoln.

With Scott having got his final budget figures for next season through this week, having their wages included in it will be a harder task for a number of players after the 3-1 loss at Sincil Bank.

The Bees boss said: "I said to them after the game that I've got 12 players under contract for next season,and I want to bring new eight players in, so they can do the maths. "A few of the things I saw confirmed what I felt I already knew. That's why I'm playing the sides that I am and changing things around a bit. If I can do it now and this confirms my ideas about certain players, formations and the way we can play, then it will benefit us.

"I was very disappointed with our movement up front, we let them get throw-ins to feet, we let them get crosses in, we let midfield runners go and we let them get shots on target.

"It showed me a lot. I want my team to deal with things that are going wrong rather than wait to get in at half time or at the end."