With most bookies now offering odds for next season, the Bulls are available at 40/1 generally with 50/1 available.
Early movement in the lists have seen both MK Dons and Peterboro's odds shorten, while Huddersfield are also attracting interest at 20/1. Cheltenham are rank outsiders next season, available at 100/1 in places, with both Crewe and Stockport available at 66/1 while Yeovil and Walsall are rated lower than the Bulls in places.
The Bulls are 3000/1 for the FA Cup, but only 2500/1 for the Carling Cup.
In League Two Darlington are generally the favourites at 9/1 with Gillingham, Bradford, Chesterfield, Wycombe, and Bournemouth - who expect to start the season with a points deduction - all in the running. Exeter and Accrington are the 100/1 outsiders, with Dagenham, Chester, and Macclesfield 50/1 shots. Shrewsbury are 20/1 generally but available at 33/1, while Aldershot are rated between 16/1 and 40/1.
In the Conference, Stevenage are now the 6/1 favourites with Torquay at 8/1. Oxford and Wrexham are 9/1, with big spending Rushden at 10/1. Kidderminster are 25/1, Forest Green 33/1, with Altrincham 100/1 outsiders.