FANS of non-league clubs are being urged to give their views on how they want the sport to return next season.

Other than play-offs in the three National League divisions, all competitive action below the Football League was halted by coronavirus in March.

Discussions are ongoing over when the 2020/21 campaign can start, although the Football Association (FA) have acknowledged it could only happen once crowds were allowed to return.

While contingency planning is going on with a worst case scenario of a restart in January, it is hoped that could take place as early as September, although some restrictions would most likely still be in place.

Now the Football Supporters Association (FSA) have teamed up with the Non-League Paper to get the input of supporters.

A detailed survey has been launched and the results will be shared with the leagues and the FA.

It looks at how fans are feeling about a return, which safety measures they see as the priority and what would put them off returning.

Follow this link to take the survey.

Meanwhile, Oxfordshire’s Southern League clubs continue to add to their squads in anticipation of a return date being announced.

Belize international Mike Atkinson will again be a part of the North Leigh squad.

The midfielder, who has nine caps, joined last December but his commitments with the RAF limited him to just four appearances.

North Leigh won three of those games and will be hoping he can feature more regularly next term.

Wantage Town are also well on the way to getting their team together after announcing a double signing.

Wingers Charlie Kille and Alex Stott were teammates at Brackley Town Saints, scoring 27 goals between them over the past two seasons.

They were among the group which started gearing up for the new campaign last weekend.

Boss Matt Biddle said: “Pre-season training started last Saturday and both Charlie and Stotty looked very sharp, as did a few others.

“It was a delight to see such high levels of fitness and quality, especially considering the length of time a ball hadn’t been kicked since the pandemic.”