SPENCER HARRIS says there are no "immediate concerns" for the future of Wrexham Football Club after the National League decided to suspend the season until April 3 due to the coronavirus pandemic that is bringing the world to a halt.

National League chiefs announced that their fixture schedule would continue as planned at the weekend, although Wrexham's clash at leaders Barrow was postponed on Friday after a member of the Reds' first team squad was advised to self isolate after showing symptoms of the pandemic.

Two more players have also shown the same symptoms but training continued as normal yesterday for Dean Keates' side - with the National League then announcing it was halting the campaign.

Wrexham, battling to avoid relegation, have nine games remaining, with five of those at The Racecourse, but director Harris insists the club would cope if the campaign was halted.

"From a perspective of Wrexham Football Club, the club is financially stable and we are confident that we would be able to ride out any storm," said Harris.

"But for many businesses, this is really serious.

"We have five home league fixtures remaining, and that is almost 25 per cent of our home league fixtures this season, so if football is cancelled it could be several months before we can generate any income to cover costs.

"But the club is financially stable so we don't have any immediate concerns, problems or worries."