Stuart Cash has told Chris Bush and Lee Minshull they must do more to force their way back into the AFC Wimbledon first team.

Both were not even included on the bench for Saturday's 1-1 draw with Barnet at Kingsmeadow, with assistant manager Cash preferring Brett Johnson at left back instead of Bush and Sammy Moore, Max Porter and Rashid Yussuff his preferred midfield three ahead of Minshull.

"Chris will have an opportunity against Swindon Town in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday and the ball is in his court," said Cash.

"I said to him and Lee that they have to do more to force their way in.

"Me and Simon have got no one knocking on our door, they have to be performing better in training and playing better when they have the opportunity.

"Chris will have a good chance on Tuesday to get himself into the FA Cup team for next week and the ball is in his court."

The Dons were lacklustre against Barnet on Saturday, only coming to life once Kieran Djilali came off the bench after an hour and he had a hand in Moore's equaliser that rescued a point.

"We didn't do well enough in the first half and didn't create anything bar Christian Jolley's shot from 25 yards," he said.

"We had to do more, in the first half we didn't play any football at all.

"In the second half we livened up a bit - we brought two wide players on and changed the system and got back into the game.

"But I didn't think we did enough to win, a draw was a fair result.

"We conceded a goal where we could have done better on the cross.

"We have conceded 13 goals in five games and probably 10 of those goals are through faults of our own.

"You wouldn't mind if someone bent it in the top corner but to be at fault individually for those amount of goals makes it quite difficult to win football matches."