GREAT Harwood just want to go out and play after having their last two matches called off.
And they hope they finally take to the field in their North West Counties Division One clash at Curzon Ashton on Monday (ko 3pm).
Two weeks ago their match with Alsager fell victim to the weather and then last week's money-spinning Monday clash with derby rivals Bacup was snowed off.
And boss Dave Sharples is desperate to play and watch his bottom placed side climb the table.
They have the added incentive on Monday in that one of their only two league victories this season came against Curzon who they beat 3-0 in the second game of the campaign.
"We did well against them that day and had a strong side out," said Sharples who was then assistant boss to Dave Bradford before he stepped into the hot-seat.
"But they have picked up since then and climbed the league so they have got stronger. We just want to play though. The sooner we get out there and start picking up points again, the better."
The postponement of the Bacup game was hard for the Robins as, with Blackburn and Accrington not playing, they were expecting a decent gate.
"It was frustrating for the players but moreso for the chairman as he was expecting a decent crowd. Now it will be a night match sometime near the end of the season."
Paul Mashiter and John Eastham have been chipping in with the goals with Mashiter on 14 for the season and Eastham on ten. But Sharples is hoping the goals can come from elsewhere as they look to put a run of 13 defeats in their 20 league games so far behind them.
"There is a lot of pressure on the front two," said the manager. "They are expected to get the goals and it is a big weight on their shoulders week in week out so we need more of the lads to start chipping in from midfield.
"We haven't had enough goals from midfield or from defence so if we can start to do that then that could make a big difference for us."
He is still looking to add to his squad as they look to close the 10 point gap at the bottom of the table.