The gaffer gave his thoughts ahead of Sunday's Sky Bet League One final-day meeting with Peterborough United at Oakwell, kicking off at 12pm.
"Mads had a scan yesterday so we'll find the results out today. He felt something in one of his obliques, he definitely wouldn't have been able to play on Saturday.
"Jordan Williams has got a slight hamstring, so he's just been scanned. Nothing major, he came through the game but just felt a little something.
"Luca Connell and Adam Phillips both trained yesterday fine. Luca was an illness. He trained Friday but was depleted, run down. It wasn't worth the risk. Adam had a kick, he's had the weekend and he'll be fine as well."
ON SQUAD DEPTH
"I think we've got depth in the squad. That's what January definitely gave us. Robbie (Cundy) has picked up a few knocks post-Christmas and the team have been doing really well. It's trying to get his loading up. Without trying to be over clever and overthinking it, it's about looking down the road to give people minutes."
ON PETERBOROUGH UNITED
"Really expansive, the front part of the pitch is really dynamic. They've got one of the top goal-scorers in the league in Clarke-Harris, but the three behind him keep their width. Thet get chalk on the boots, almost like the old days, with the wingers. The run that they've been on, they're a good team with an experienced manager. He knows what he needs to do. We'll be prepared for the best version of them and try and get the things out of the game that we want to get out of the game."
ON THE GAME
"We're gonna finish fourth, so it's not going to affect us win, draw or lose. We're going to concentrate on ourselves. Whether we play a pre-season friendly or whether we're playing in the play-offs, there are certain things that we expect from the players. But, I like the fact that it is on Sky, it's our last home game of the proper season and we want to go out and put a proper performance on Sunday."
ON ATMOSPHERE AT OAKWELL
"Building relationships was one of the key things that we wanted to do. The supporters have bought into the team's work ethic, the way they go about their business. We're not always going to win, sometimes you're going to have poor moments where you give the ball away. Players are human beings, they make mistakes. But I think in this part of the world, they'll forgive a mistake as long as application, effort and determination is there. That's one thing that I don't think can be labelled at the players."
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