Josh McQuoid says Aldershot Town are “a club on the up” as the non-league side continue to fight for promotion back to the Football League.
The Shots were relegated from League Two – England’s fourth and final professional tier – back in 2013 amid financial trouble, which has seen them struggle on and off the pitch in recent seasons.
However, Aldershot went eight points behind National League leaders Macclesfield on Saturday thanks to a 2-0 victory over fellow promotion rivals Boreham Wood, which moves them to 5th place with seven games to play.
Last week the Hampshire club also discussed plans with Rushmoor Borough Council to renovate their EBB Stadium, which will include the development of new standing and seated areas, new bars and conference facilities.
Although only the team that finishes top gains automatic promotion to the Football League, the winner of the playoffs – contested between the teams that finish 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th – will also be promoted, with the final played at Wembley Stadium on 12 May 2018.