Fulham manager Chris Coleman has no intention of resting some of his more overworked stars as the season nears its conclusion.

With every player in training, Coleman can plan for the last four Barclays Premiership games with more options available than at any other point in the campaign.

The likes of Brian McBride and Luis Boa Morte, who have been heavily involved all season, could be given a break but Coleman is determined to claim as much prize money as possible.

“We can catch up two or three teams above us with a good finish. That’s what we have to aim for,” he said.

“I’ll stick with the strongest team. I owe that to the chairman because there’s extra cash with every place we finish higher up the table. I will pick the strongest team that will get us a win.

“If we couldn’t get any higher I’d probably give one of the younger guys a little taste but there’s too much to play for to start meddling.”

He continued: “Brian McBride has played in nearly every game and we all know how hard he works so maybe I’ll rest him, but Brian always wants to play.

“Big Papa Bouba Diop had his first game back for a while against Charlton last weekend so he needs a few matches.

“At right-back I’ve chopped and changed between Liam Rosenior and Moritz Volz and have told them neither is guaranteed a first-team place.

“They’ve been playing well. We’re in the privileged position of having two really good young right-backs and we have to get the best out of them until the end of the season.”

Claus Jensen is back in training after recovering from the pelvic injury which has sidelined him since October but Coleman is not expecting the Denmark midfielder to figure before the summer.

“Maybe Claus will play before the end of the season but he has got a mountain to climb in the sense there are a few people in front of him in his position who are doing well,” he said.

“He may get there fitness-wise but it also depends on the other guys in the team.”