Derby County have recently appointed a new manager in Frank Lampard and now they are hoping to press on and improve on last season.
Under Gary Rowett last term, Derby finished sixth but could not negotiate their way past the play-off semi-finals, falling 2-1 on aggregate to eventual winners Fulham despite leading after the first leg at Pride Park.
With another season in the Championship ahead and Rowett leaving for Stoke City, Derby have brought in Lampard and hope that he can build a promotion-winning squad on a tight budget.
Lampard has been linked with a move for his former England and Chelsea team-mate John Terry, who recently left Aston Villa after they failed to win promotion via the play-offs.
Aston Villa are in serious financial trouble and could not afford to keep the 37-year-old and now he is available on a free.
But if he joins with his hefty £60k-per-week wages, these two players could leave.