BUCKLEY TOWN are only focused on themselves as Ruthin head to Globe Way on Saturday.

Fifth from bottom Buckley are two points above the drop zone, but know a victory over Ruthin will drag Chris Hardy’s side right into the relegation trouble.

Ruthin are just a place and four points above Buckley, but boss Dan Moore said: “We’re not interested in anyone but ourselves, where Ruthin are in the league is not our concern, we’ll just be doing everything we can to win the game.

“We know it’ll be a really tough game and we’ll need to be organised and concentrate for the full game to get anything.”

Ben Barratt is eligible to make his Buckley debut after making the move from Saltney Town late last month, while Dylan Roberts and Shaun Tinsley are available after injury.

Jake Roberts, pictured, and Phil Molyneux will be key in attack for Buckley.

Third from bottom Porthmadog will be looking to follow Buckley’s lead by beating Llanrhaeadr tomorrow.

Craig Papirnyk’s relegation threatened outfit bounced back from a mauling at Gresford to hold leaders Prestatyn Town to a 2-2 draw at Bastion Gardens last weekend.

“It’s important that it’s a benchmark and we build on the result,” said Papirnyk, who saw Shaun Cavanagh net both of his side’s goals at Prestatyn.

“We’ve got to take confidence and we need that going forward.

“We can’t let ourselves down and we’ve got to move on.”