AIRBUS UK boss Gareth Owen insists the threat of a points deduction hanging over his relegation-threatened side will not affect their preparations for tomorrow's crucial clash at Caernarfon Town (2.30pm).
The Wingmakers have been found guilty by the FA of Wales of fielding an ineligible player - Gary Thompson - who was allegedly already registered with two other Saturday clubs.
Airbus claim Thompson, who made two WPL appearances from the bench before leaving for Newtown, was registered for only one Saturday club, Spar Mid Wales outfit Llanfyllin Town, and that his other registration was with Sunday youth side Llanymynech in the Mid Wales Youth League.
The Wingmakers, who have been fined by the FAW, will appeal against the decision on Monday.
If their appeal fails, there is the possibility they will be docked points - and if that happens it could plunge them into danger.
Owen's team are four points above rock-bottom Cwmbran, who occupy the one drop spot, with both sides having two games to play.
A Wingmakers victory at improving Caernarfon would make them mathematically safe - as long as they escape a points deduction.
Player-manager Owen refuses to be drawn on the Thompson affair, but says tomorrow's match is a 'must win'.
'We would be going to win the match anyway, as it's our game of the season so far, as we know a win will put us beyond Cwmbran,' said Owen.
'We went up a place last weekend even though we weren't playing as Newtown's goal difference became worse than ours. That was a nice lift, but we don't want to rely on anyone else and that is why we will be looking to beat Caernarfon, and then Haverfordwest in our last game.'
Owen has been doing his best to take the pressure off his part-time players before tomorrow's encounter as he believes they have more chance of recording the victory they need if they head to the Oval in a relaxed frame of mind.
'The lads all know how important it is to keep the club in the league, but at the same time we just want them to go out there and play football like we know they can,' said Owen.
'We want them to enjoy it as they have all got to get up to go to work on Monday morning.
Owen will be boosted tomorrow by the return of captain Steve Hopkins and fellow defender Paul Connelly.