CORWEN’S new found belief means they head into tomorrow’s home clash with Penrhyncoch expecting a positive result.

The War Memorial Ground outfit are unbeaten in two games after following up a 3-0 success over rock-bottom Llanfair United with a 2-2 draw against Llandudno, who were forced to battle back from 2-0 down.

Confidence is high in the Corwen camp and boss Sion Tudor Jones can’t wait to do battle with ninth placed Penrhyncoch knowing a victory could lift his second from bottom side out of the relegation zone.

“We are picking up form and it’s pleasing to see the direction we are heading in,” said Jones. “We head into the next game with confidence, but aware that we can win or lose because every game at this level is difficult.

“We have belief and we are now approaching games thinking that we’d be disappointed not to get anything. I expect to get something out of every game now because points are vital.”

Jones has only been in charge of Corwen for eight games, but under his stewardship the club have won two and drawn one in a schedule that has included tackling three of the top four in Prestatyn, Flint and Llanrhaeadr.

“I’ve only been in charge a short period of time,” said Jones, who hopes to add “two or three new signings this month.

“In normal circumstances that would be pre-season and we’d be working on certain things.

“We are starting to sing from the same hymn sheet now.”

Corwen stopper Dylan Jones, pictured, will look to continue the form that led to him being shortlisted for Cymru North player of the month for December.