AIRBUS UK boss Gareth Owen has told his players he wants nothing less than three points from tomorrow's basement battle with Newtown (2.30pm).
Owen was furious after the Broughton outfit went down without a fight in Saturday's 4-0 drubbing at new leaders Rhyl.
The player-manager said: 'We always knew it was going to be a difficult match at Rhyl. They went into the game having not won for three or four matches, so we knew they would be looking for a reaction.
'We held them for most of the first-half, but once they scored their confidence began to flow and it was very much backs to the wall.
'I can accept defeat, but what disappointed was that we rolled over. That's not what I want from an Airbus side, and to be fair to the lads, it's very rare that happens.
'ButI'mnotlooking forareactionagainst Newtown - I'm demanding one.
'There are a lot of people who work for this club and take very little in return, and we need to repay them out on the pitch. We're not at the moment and myself and the lads know we've got to start getting results.'
Owen will hand a home debut to veteran defender Mark Allen, who was signed last Friday from tomorrow's opponents New-town.
The centre-half - with more than 250 top-flight appearances to his name - made his Wingmakers bow in the defeat at Rhyl, and, along with overworked keeper Adam McGee, was their best player.
Steve Futcher returns from suspension tomorrow, but captain Steve Hopkins, James Hussaney, James McIntosh, Paul Connelly and Andy Thomas are all still out.
That quintet have been joined on the sidelines by Rob Shaw.
The young defender was stretchered off in the game at Rhyl, with initials reports suggesting he had broken his neck.
However, he was given the all clear by doctors at the Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
Owensaid:'Wewere allrelievedwhenwe found Rob had not broken any bones. I'd just like to say the referee Kevin Parry, the Rhyl officials, and the paramedics - who were there within minutes - were absolutely first-class.'