CITY head into their final away game with the warning: You’re not on holiday yet.

The Bantams are already doomed but could still have a big say in who goes down to League Two with them.

They finish the season against two sides also currently in the drop zone with tomorrow’s trip to Scunthorpe followed with Wimbledon at Valley Parade on the final day.

Gary Bowyer is preparing for a summer with plenty of ins and outs as he rebuilds the squad.

And he has made it very clear that nobody will be allowed to slack off even though relegation is done and dusted.

He said: “They’ve been made fully aware of that and the intensity in the training has been first class.

“There’s no holiday period going into these two games in the sense of just turning up and playing.

“We’ve done our analysis of Scunthorpe, done different shapes in the training games and we’ll do our preparation again properly today.

“We want to try and give the away supporters something to cheer on the final one of the season for them.”

Bowyer has again reinforced the message that his team are playing for their futures – even if that could well be away from Valley Parade.

“It’s up to them,” he added. “You listen to Roy Keane and Graeme Souness on TV the other night and they talk a hell of a lot of sense.

“Players are on show. You do your talking out on the pitch with your performances over 46 games.

“Where you end up is down to you.

“I’ve been fortunate in the sense of some of the players I’ve worked with when we’ve said that to them. They’ve gone on and kicked on.

“It was the same at Blackpool. Brad Potts and Bright Osayi-Samuel ended up in the Championship from League Two by doing their talking on the pitch.

“It’s the same for these players now, whether I decide to give them a contract or not.

“I find it baffling sometimes because as a player, for the majority of the time you’ve got your destiny in your own hands.”

Sean Scannell is set to play with a protective cast after suffering a hand injury in the Gillingham draw. But David Ball, Adam Chicksen and Hope Akpan are all still missing.

Third-from-bottom Scunthorpe have not won in seven games and Bowyer expects a “nervy” atmosphere.

He said: “We can understand that because we’ve had that for the past couple of weeks.

“But that pressure is off in terms of staying in the league, so we’ve just got to concentrate on ourselves. The players have got a lot to play for.

“From my point of view, I don’t think it mattered who we are playing now.

“I want us to build on individual performances that I saw on Monday, one or two take the opportunity they’ve been given and one or two more might get the chance as well.”