ANDY Scott has promised Brentford fans he won't let their season fizzle out.
The Bees secured their League One status with a drab draw against Exeter on Monday that brought them to the 52-point mark – the target set by Scott.
But the Brentford boss won't be tinkering with his side or trying any experiments in the last seven games as they start planning for next campaign.
He vowed: "We want to finish as high as we can and we have a squad of players who are all capable. The ones who are playing are doing so on merit and that will be the case until the end of the season.
"We said before the game that this is our chance to put a spanner in the works, whether it is at the top of bottom of the league.
"We stopped Exeter doing the double over us and it keeps them in the relegation area, and we have some good games coming up against Huddersfield , Bristol Rovers and Swindon.
"The season is still there for us and we want to try and create as much chaos as possible in this league."