Yeovil Town striker Andy Williams faces a moral dilemma, and if I were in his shoes I'm really not sure what I would decide to do for the best.

Having scored 17 goals in 38 matches for the Glovers this term, Andy at 25 is in the form of his life. Understandably, manager Gary Johnson has rewarded him with the best contract offer Yeovil have ever made to a player, but because he's due to be out of contract soon, other clubs are also trying to woo him with lucrative offers of their own.

What's the problem you might ask? What a lucky situation to be in. Life must be great right now for Andy.

To that I'd say yes, and no.

I think it's a seriously difficult quandary for him to deal with because Yeovil have in effect resurrected his career by working with him, instilling him with confidence and improving him technically over the last two seasons. That has to count for something in Andy's mind.

Should Andy be loyal to the club who's looked after him so well? Or should he look after number one and go with the best deal he can get?

He's always been a good forward has Andy, but until recently he's never been prolific in front of goal. At Bristol Rovers his strike ratio was around one in 10 for example. At Yeovil they've worked hard on his game and it's transformed his fortunes. He feels at home and everybody thinks the world of him. But should he try and better himself?

With football being the cut throat business it is these days it's a very tricky decision. If he signs a new deal, hits a barren spell next season and the manager leaves, he'll be wishing he'd moved on. If he goes elsewhere and doesn't fit in, other regrets will play on his mind.

Despite his success, Andy Williams will be having sleepless nights at the thought of making such an important call. I hope he makes the right one.

On the pitch I send my sincere commiserations to Exeter City, Wycombe Wanderers, Rochdale and Chesterfield who have all now been relegated. They haven't been the worst four sides by much, but none of them can argue about their fate. I wish the quartet well in bouncing back to npower League 1 at the first attempt next season.

At the top end it's all getting very exciting isn't it?

Charlton Athletic have their eye on that magical 100 points mark and I really hope they pull it off. The players and staff will want that milestone badly.

Chances like this don't come around too often, so to be part of a record-breaking Charlton side will mean the world to all concerned. They can etch their names in club history and become Valley legends.

Elsewhere, I now expect Sheffield Wednesday to claim second place after nudging above rivals United with a game to play. A home win against Wycombe will see them over the line and it's difficult not to see the Owls achieving that result.

Milan Mandaric received plenty of criticism when he ditched Gary Megson for Dave Jones, and while there shouldn't a judgement made just yet, he will probably feel as if that choice has been vindicated.

On the flip side, the managerial change that was implemented at Huddersfield Town hasn't quite had the same effect, so it's the Play-Offs yet again for the Terriers. Their clash with the MK Dons is a mouth-watering prospect but certainly no gimme for the ambitious Yorkshiremen.

With that fixture set in stone, the other Play-Off semi-final will be a Sheffield club against one of three unfancied protagonists, Carlisle United, Notts County and Stevenage.

With a home game against Bury to come, Stevenage are in pole position and what an effort they have produced this term. They lost their manager midway through the season yet they've maintained the momentum beautifully under Gary Smith, who has done a marvellous job.

Both Carlisle and Notts County have enjoyed magnificent campaigns that they can be proud of, but I wonder if both will be cursing missed opportunities at 5pm on Saturday afternoon.

Last word has to go to a man I spoke about at length last week, Graham Alexander. He played his final match last weekend for Preston North End, and somehow managed to score in the last minute from a free-kick to salvage a draw against champions Charlton.

What a real life Roy of the Rovers moment.