HOLYWELL TOWN manager John Haseldin has called for ‘focus and belief’ from his players ahead of their pivotal Cymru Alliance clash at Denbigh Town.

Boosted by a hard-fought 2-1 win over Bangor City at the weekend, the Wellmen now have four games remaining to move clear of the relegation zone.

Victory at Central Park on Tuesday evening would see the visitors move to within a point of 13th-placed Denbigh, who have played two games more than their Flintshire rivals.

Haseldin said: “The Bangor result was huge for us and has instilled a lot of belief among the players at an important time.

“We’ve got to replicate that at Denbigh, because it’s going to be another battle for us on Tuesday.

“For us it’s about focusing on ourselves and having the belief we can go there and get the win.

“We knew that the Bangor and Denbigh games would be crucial in terms of our run-in, so it’s only half-time at the moment as far as we’re concerned. The lads showed real grit and determination on Friday night. We’re going to need to see that in every game to help us grind out the results we need over the next few weeks.

“It’s a chance for us to put more pressure on those teams around us and hopefully push ourselves a bit nearer to safety.”

Midfielder Paul Williams returns to Holywell’s squad for the clash.

Penrhyncoch, who sit a point ahead of Holywell in 14th, visit Bangor tonight while Ruthin Town play host to Guilsfield.