Ardrossan Winton Rovers boss Stevie Wilson has admitted he misses football “big time” but believes the club made the correct decision to withdraw from this season.

The club pulled out of this season’s league due to concerns relating to the coronavirus pandemic.

With the season now in full flow, Winton boss Wilson says he has no regrets and stands by the club’s decision.

He told the Herald: “From a personal point of view, I am missing it big time and so are all the coaching staff.

“You miss that Saturday buzz you are used to but I still believe that we have made the right decision.

“You can see that already with clubs having to forfeit matches. It just makes a mockery of the whole set-up.

“You want to be in dressing rooms and have supporters in grounds, that’s what football is all about. There is a horrible feeling on a Saturday knowing you aren’t playing but without fans and dressing rooms it’s not football.

“Most of the players have gone to other clubs with the view of coming back next year while others want to wait until the new year.

“The committee are still meeting weekly and we are doing things that in a normal season we would not have had the chance and we have upgraded the floodlights.

“I believe the club will be in a far better and stronger place for next season.”