Eastleigh manager Chris Todd is anticipating plenty of changes over the summer at the National League Club.
The Spitfires finished outside the promotion play-off places after losing their last two games of the season.
Todd, who took charge of the club in October following a spell as caretaker boss, said change would be for "the better of the football club".
"This club has been tagged as a money-spending gravy train, but it's not like that," he told BBC Radio Solent.
"It has to move forward. We've been unlucky two years in a row now when you look back."
Eastleigh's seventh-placed finish, five points off the play-off places, saw them miss out on a second successive shot at promotion to the Football League.
"This club needs more," added Todd. "It needs to be more successful.
"This club needs change and it will happen for the right reasons. One door closes and another one opens as they say."