Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill says he's in no rush to discuss his summer transfer plans with chairman Randy Lerner.
O'Neill said: "I am hoping we can improve the team. I always live with that hope that we can do it. I think the owner of the club (Randy Lerner) has been very supportive since he came here. He wants to improve things.
"The club and team has improved the last couple of seasons. We should qualify for Europe for a second season in a row. Will I have the finances to buy the players I want? I will sit down at the end of the season and discuss that with Mr Lerner.
"There is no point in discussing that at the moment. I am not allowing myself to think that far ahead at the moment."
O'Neill added: "We've got to see where we are in terms of the size of the squad. We have used the least number of starting players in the Premier League this season.
"But I have deliberately not discussed the situation now because I want to plough ahead with the last few games."