NEIL Young wants his Chester FC players to savour every last moment of Saturday’s title celebrations.
The Blues will receive the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division trophy at the end of their final match of the season at home to Marine.
Chester boss Young said: “I really want the supporters and definitely the players to enjoy it. Now is the time to celebrate.
“You’ve got to make sure you enjoy your good times. There can be a lot of negativity in football so when the positives come along you’ve got to enjoy them.”
The manager is determined to end on a high with victory over a Marine side he believes will be desperate to spoil the party.
Young, whose team took on Chorley last night after The Chronicle went to press, said: “We want to win the game and whatever team I put out we’ve got the players to do it.”
Midfielder Michael Powell will return from suspension but striker Michael Wilde is likely to be miss out with a recurrence of a groin injury.
Fully-fit goalkeeper John Danby is hoping to be play some part in the match.
Danby, who has been out since February with a badly broken finger, said: “I’d like to get a game in before the end of the season. Matty Glennon has been superb since he came into the side but now it’s all won I would like to get another game. We’ll see how it goes.”