He is convinced that, with better fortune in terms of squad availability, plus whatever strengthening he is able achieve during the close season, the next campaign will bring significant improvement on the previous.
"We've got to strengthen, we've known that all along. It is a big season for everyone coming up and, if we can strengthen in the right areas and keep the squad pretty much fit, I'm sure we can have a better season and get on the road to success," said Glenn, who says he is in no way satisfied with the outcome of last season.
"Not at all, we know we've under-achieved. Circumstances have held us back on that but we're disappointed with how we've finished and we know we've got to improve.
"I am determined to do well and there are a lot of people supporting me. I've grown up supporting this club so it hurts me as much as anybody that we haven't finished as we would have liked to have done.
"It makes me more determined and feel that I've got to work even harder."
Glenn Hoddle insists that the forthcoming season is a big one for everyone concerned as he attempts to steer the club towards success.