The celebrations will still be going strong after Blackpool secured their promotion to the Premier League but the plans for next season are already in full swing.

When Brett Ormerod scored the winning goal, at Wembley on Saturday, it not only sent the supporters wild but also set the wheels in motion for several changes at the club.

Chairman Karl Oyston was as pleased as anyone following the final whistle but for his he knows the hard work starts now to make sure the Tangerines are ready for their first season in the top flight since 1971.

"We've got a lot of work to do to really bring things up to scratch," Oyston told Sky Sports.

"We've got another stand to build at Bloomfield Road and a training ground to develop.

"There's a lot that we need to do and this gives us the opportunity to do all of the things we've previously been unable to do because of financial constraints."

The Pool Chairman admitted he was facing a new kind of problem, following the windfall that victory brings, after previously having decisions dictated by the finances but no doubt it will a problem he much prefers, as he and Ian Holloway prepare for their assault on the Premier League.

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