Liversedge may have completed their home games but, unlike most of their NCE League Premier Division counterparts, their season will not end this weekend.

There are two more away games to go after tomorrow’s trip to Long Eaton United, so next Saturday at Lincoln Moorlands Railway is when the curtain finally comes down this term.

That is why injured goalkeeper Stuart Wilkinson is hoping that he might get another appearance in for the club before the summer break. If not, he is hoping he has done enough to gain another deal for the next campaign.

“The pitch is great at Clayborn and the management team are both really good coaches who understand players and get the best out of them,” said Wilkinson, who came out of semi-retirement to sign for Sedge and has now cut his own teeth in management with a Sunday League club.

“Sean Regan and Billy Miller really know what they are doing and the club as a whole does things right. There are players here who are only staying at this level because Sean is in charge.

“Several of the players were targeted by clubs higher up the pyramid during the season and a couple of them left, although no-one blamed them because the money they were offered by the clubs that signed them was fantastic.

“I was asked to go myself around Christmas time by two clubs in the UniBond North but I stayed out of loyalty to Sedge. I would not have played Saturdays if I had not been asked by Sean to come and help out in a time of need.

“I have had such a good time and because of that performed so well that I will definitely be pulling a pair of gloves on somewhere next season. I hope I have done enough since I came that, even if Sedge don’t ask me back next season, another club will be in touch.”