ANDREW THOMAS will remind his Airbus players not to let standards slip as Aberystwyth Town visit the Airfield.

The Wingmakers followed up an impressive 2-0 home success over Newtown with defeat at Barry Town United, but both teams more than played their part in a high-quality clash at Jenner Park.

Having gone toe-to-toe with two of the teams challenging for a place in the top-six, assistant boss Thomas expects Airbus to maintain their performance levels.

“We’ve set the standards over the last couple of weeks,” said Thomas. “We’ve got to make sure that we maintain our standards going forward because we’ve set the level.

“Our performances against the teams at the top have been good and we’ve shown there is not much between us and them.”

Aberystwyth might not be flying high in the table, but Matthew Bishop’s men held Connah’s Quay Nomads to a draw at Park Avenue last week.

Bishop’s side could well have taken all three points from the contest against second placed Nomads, and Thomas is wary of the threat posed by the Seasiders.

“They drew with Connah’s Quay so that shows how much quality they have,” said Thomas. “They’ve got a good group of players and they are a dangerous team to play against.

“We’ve just got to play how we know we can and pick up where we left off against Barry.”

Kristian Platt is hoping to be fully fit to feature having been an unused substitute at Jenner Park and Ryan Edwards is closing in on a return to action, but goalkeeper Dave Roberts remains sidelined.