MORDA United will return to action next month.

The Yellows have patiently awaited news on the sidelines as football’s governing bodies have debated the best course of a season impacted by lockdown restrictions and an ongoing public health crisis.

In the end much of the English non league pyramid was cancelled by the authorities.

However the Salop Leisure First Division was given the green light to resume its calendar and allow Morda United to complete their first season since reforming last summer.

The club has not rested on its laurels during lockdown.

As well as strengthening off the field with a bolstered committee the club has also welcomed a raft of new signings as newly appointed manager Michael Barton bids to bring success to Weston Road.

Barton is no stranger to putting village clubs on the map.

The ex-Newtown goalkeeper enjoyed a stellar spell at the helm of Guilsfield in the JD Cymru North and guided Four Crosses to the Ardal North East League before quitting after becoming frustrated with the ongoing restrictions in Wales.

Now Barton is keen to make his mark at Morda where he has also brought ex-Guilsfield striker Danny Barton and Crosses midfielder Richie Harris as well as several other players from the Ardal North East League club

He said: “We are looking forward to getting back to playing.

“The whole group is desperate to get going.”

Barton said the entire squad would be utilised in a frantic end of season.

He said: “We have 13 games to play so plenty of games. We have made some fantastic signings to make us very competitive.

“We have been busy off the pitch with sponsors coming on board the club is moving forward at pace.”