Taylor future uncertain
Gillingham boss Peter Taylor said he hoped to resolve his own future soon following his side's last-day 1-1 draw against Shrewsbury.
Shrewsbury substitute Shaun Miller struck late on to cancel out Adam Barrett's header, just as the already-relegated visitors looked on course for a fifth straight Sky Bet League One defeat.
Taylor, whose own future is unclear, said: "I'm sure I'll be talking to the chairman soon to find out.
"I think the club needs a decision straightaway - for the size of the club to stay in this division, I think that's what it needs.
"As a club we want to progress, so we need to get that sorted out.
"This season has been a good test for everybody. The players should have all learned something from this season.
"Lots of things were good in this game. Some of our passing was good, we were unlucky not to score a couple of goals just before half-time through Cody and that would have given us an easier second half.
"We kept going, it was a good goal we scored, and overall I'm happy we didn't get beaten.
"But as a manager, you're always wanting perfection. To be fair to Shrewsbury they played good football."