JASON Taylor is looking forward to playing in front of a packed Holker Street next season.

Despite finishing the 2020/21 campaign last Saturday, the Barrow AFC midfielder is already looking ahead to August.

He said: "There has been a lot of ups and downs. Mentally, it has been challenging, it has been a lot of games crammed in. But everyone has been in the same boat and we needed to make sure the club gets those points.

"There has been a lot of change this year, we're just happy to get over the line, be safe and now the fans can get back in next season and cheer the boys on.

"It has been absolutely huge, they have waited such a long time for us to get back in the Football League. We needed to make sure they can come in and actually see us play league football. It is going to be amazing."

The Bluebirds ended their first season back in the Football League with a 1-1 draw at Exeter City.

Rob Kelly's men went 1-0 down after Matt Jay's opener, with Tom Beadling's half-volley rescuing a point.

Taylor said: "Considering we went behind early on, I think we have been a threat today.

"We done the basics quite well. We switched off a little bit for their goal, but we're happy to finish with a point to get to that 50-point mark.

"We wanted to finish on a high, they have had a couple of chances, we've had a couple of chances."