Mark McGhee will not start experimenting with his Bristol Rovers side as their npower League Two campaign meanders towards a conclusion.
Rovers currently sit 14th in the table, some 13 points off both the relegation zone and the play-off places.
With little to play for as the term draws to a close, McGhee could be forgiven for running the rule over the younger or less-used members of his squad, but the Scot is adamant he will only pick a team on merit.
"I won't put out any team that I don't think can win a game," he told BBC Radio Bristol. "We want to win every game and every time I put a team out it's to win that game. We don't always win it, of course, but we try to.
"Nothing between now and the end of the season will be any different. You won't suddenly see me throw in five young players - apart from anything else it would be totally unfair on those playing already because those players want to play as well.
"You have to be balanced in terms of throwing in youngsters, particularly ahead of those guys who have earned their place in the team or their place in the squad."