NORTH Launceston coach Zane Littlejohn wants his players to focus on finishing off the season on a positive note with finals now out of the question.
The Bombers play Hobart today and then Burnie and Launceston in their final two games.
"We've spoken to the playing group about what they get out of those three weeks - not necessarily win them all - but what are some things we can measure ourselves on or better ourselves and make sure we get something out of them instead of just running them out," Littlejohn said.
"We've been concentrating on the defensive side of our game and measuring that and now the boys want to play a little bit of attention to our offence as well and make sure we get some stuff happening.
"But we will obviously try and teach our young players and give them some roles and responsibilities but it is more individual than team stuff."
Littlejohn said Hobart pushed the Northern Bombers the last time they met and he expected the Tigers would enjoy the open spaces of Aurora Stadium.
"They like to open up their forward half a fair bit for Charley [James Charlesworth] to do his magic and he is a pretty clever little player," he said.
"Again we will give a youngster an opportunity to play on him and learn how to play on one of the best players in the state.
"We will try to isolate him as much as we can and make sure we get back in front of him but make sure we are offensive when we go forward.
"We need to make sure we make the most of when we've got the footy instead of turning the footy over a lot which we've done all year."