ANDREW THOMAS is urging Airbus to ‘believe in themselves’ as undefeated Barry Town United arrive at the Airfield tomorrow afternoon.

The Wingmakers go into the clash on the back of their first win of the season, goals from Kristian Platt and Andy Owens securing a 2-1 win at Aberystwyth.

But even before those three points, Airbus had caused plenty of problems in defeat to the likes of Bala Town and Cardiff Met.

“We want to carry on performing to the levels we have,” said assistant boss Thomas. “We’ve played really well against the likes of Bala and Cardiff Met, so we need to believe in ourselves.

“We’ve not been outplayed by anyone this season, so we need to be confident against Barry.”

Thomas does concede that Airbus will need to change their playing style to counter the threats of Barry, who possess plenty of firepower in the shape of Kayne McLaggon and Momodou Touray.

“It’s a Barry team who are near the top of the league, so we need to change things in order to give them a bit of respect,” continued Thomas. “They are a team who have recruited with an eye on challenging for the league, so we know it will be a tough test, but we will be ready.

“Every game is different and we will have a plan in place in order to try and beat them.”

Jordan Evans and Joe Palmer are pushing for recalls to the Airbus starting XI.

Bala Town, fourth in the table, but only two points off top spot, head to Newtown tomorrow, while Caernarfon play host to rock-bottom Penybont.