COLWYN Bay manager Craig Hogg issued a rallying cry to supporters following the club’s decision to move back to the Welsh pyramid.

The popular figure stated that “nothing changes” for his current group of players in terms of their objectives for the remainder of the campaign, but they were denied a chance to get back to footballing matters as their clash at Leek Town was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

The Seagulls have eight games remaining in the English system ahead of what is sure to be an immensely busy summer, and they will be hoping for better this Saturday for their next Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One West fixture at home to Mossley (3pm).

Hogg, said: “We were really disappointed that the game fell foul of the weather yesterday, but thankfully it was called off way in advance and we hadn’t travelled down to Leek on this occasion.

“Truth be told we were quite eager to play with a view to taking forward the momentum we’ve built in recent weeks and to get our minds on events on the pitch as opposed to what’s happening off it.

“I know that there are some very strong feelings and opinions around at the moment and a lot has been said and written about the clubs pending application to join the FAW Pyramid.

“But my message to all Bay fans is simple - whatever your frustrations are, put them to one side and get behind this excellent group of players.

“The lads have given everything they physically can for the shirt and I’ve seen that first hand.

“I’m also told by some die-hard fans that they have played some of the best football seen by a Bay fans for a long time.

“The players will go about their work in the right way, they will give everything to win our remaining eight games and we will aim to finish the season off in the highest league position available.

“Nothing changes for this dressing room.”