Barrow AFC's players will be happy to keep communicating with their supporters during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, according to club captain Josh Granite.

It could be some time until fans of the Bluebirds will get to see their team in action, with there being no guarantee that the 2019/20 National League season will even be allowed to finish.

The people of Barrow have fully got behind Ian Evatt's side during their promotion push in the National League this season, with every home gate in the league since the 2-1 victory over Barnet on November 23 being in excess of 2,000.

That is a huge increase from Granite's first season with the club, when the average attendance at Holker Street was 1,375.

To keep the connection with the fanbase that has been built up going, manager Evatt took part in a Q&A session via AFC's Twitter account last Wednesday and signs are some squad members could do likewise.

Granite said: "Anything we can do I'm happy to help with. I'd be happy to do a Q&A myself and I'm sure the lads will be happy to do other things, whatever the case may be, to keep that relationship healthy and keep the fans interested.

"I think where we are in the table and the timing at the minute, I don't think we need to do much to keep the fans engaged because I think they're with us, no matter what happens.

"We have a very loyal fanbase and we just need to get back on the pitch as soon as we can and get them back at Holker Street.

"Once everything is back in place and the governing bodies are allowing us to do that, then I'm sure they'll come out in their numbers to support us and get us over the line, hopefully."