WARRINGTON Town supporters can expect “one or two” new faces next season as they look to build on their first ever National League North campaign.

Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Rushall Olympic secured a top-half finish for Yellows as they ended the season in 12th place on 64 points.

Now, efforts will be turned to ensuring the club meets an extended deadline of April 30 to pass a ground grading inspection, and confidence remains high that this will be the case.

On the field, Town are said to be keen to keep as much of their squad together as possible ahead of a return to pre-season training in June.

“We’re really pleased,” Beesley said, reflecting upon the season.

“If you look back on the whole season, to finish 12th with 64 points is a great achievement for the club.

“The club’s got to keep moving forward, which it has done.

“We all know how hard the chairman is working off the pitch to achieve that so we’ve got to move forward on it.

“We’ll sit down with the players and put together a squad for next year.

“We’ll add one or two new faces which is always nice, then we’ll go from there. Pre-season will soon be here.”

Beesley admitted Saturday’s game had “an end-of-season feel,” with Town long since safe while only a freak set of results would have dragged Rushall back into relegation trouble.

However, he believes his side were in the ascendency as the action went on.

“Today’s game had a bit of an “end-of-season” feel to it but I felt we got stronger as the game wore on,” he said post-match.

“Connor (Woods) gave everyone a lift when he came on and we got stronger – we had a couple of great chances to win it and we should have had a penalty.

“It’s a clean sheet and we finish the season with a point. We’ll enjoy our summer and get ready for next year.

“The wind was a tough factor but I thought we dealt with their set-pieces really well.

“We changed system today with the personnel we had available and we dealt with that well.

“We got to grips with the wind in the second half, we changed shape again and we were the better team as the game wore on.

“It was more like us today – we were compact and hard to beat, which we have to take into next year.”