THE aim is a simple one from the perspective of Airbus UK Broughton.

Just carry on winning games!

Following on from the unscheduled winter break, the Wingmakers return to action at Ruthin Town tomorrow in a strong position.

Steve O'Shaughnessy's Cymru North leaders have a game in hand and a four-point advantage over second-placed Llandudno, while they are eight points ahead of third-placed Guilsfield.

"Ruthin are on form and they have had a great run recently, but so have we," said O'Shaughnessy.

"It's up to us now.

"It's in our hands now."

Airbus have been keeping match fit with recent friendlies, taking on the likes of Newtown, Mold Alex and Rhyl 1879.

They did trail the Rhyl outfit early in the second half last weekend, before Jake Eyre's brace turned things around.

"We are looking forward to it," added O'Shaughnessy on the return to action.

"They have all had minutes. We've had a couple of Covid cases but we're looking forward to it.

"It's a restart for everyone and I think we're champing at the bit for Saturday.

"We've just got to win every game. It's entirely in our hands.

"We have got to be at it every game, but we know it will be tough."

Brady McGilloway is still out through injury for Airbus.

It turned out to be a busy midweek for Gresford Athletic, who return to action with a tricky trip to unbeaten Guilsfield this evening.

Making the most of the January transfer window, Gresford signed Ryan Dacey, from Rhostyllen, and former Prestatyn player Sam Pickering on Wednesday.

Director of football Steve Halliwell said: "We're looking forward to Friday now.

"It's going to be a very tough game.

"We haven't got a very good record in recent history against them."

Halliwell said it will be a big reset for everybody following the unscheduled winter break.

Athletic will be looking towards Joe Chaplin as a key figure after he was named as the Cymru North player of the month for December.

"Joe's done well and back-to-back wins have given us a massive boost," added Halliwell.

"We were looking forward to Christmas, but it is what it is.

"We are still in a healthy position in the league."

Another boost is the loan signing of George Harry from top flight Cefn Druids.

"It's a massive signing and it will take a bit of pressure off Joe," said Halliwell.

"We feel a player of his calibre coming in will give everyone a boost.

"He's dying to get started with us."

Harry will be in the Gresford squad for tonight's trip to Guilsfield.