BARROW AFC boss Pete Wild says a busy week will see players given their chance to shine.

The Bluebirds face an away day against AFC Wimbledon today, before facing League Two strugglers Forest Green Rovers at Holker Street on Tuesday night.

And they round things off with another away-day as they travel to face Salford City next Saturday.

Three games in seven days means Wild will look to rotate his squad to a certain extent.

He told The Mail: “We always look to try to pick the right team for a particular game, and pleasingly we have got that right more often than not this season.

“That means that some players are sat at home when obviously they want to be playing.

“The upcoming games mean that players are going to get minutes and we are going to use our squad.

“We always say to the players picked that they have to deliver because if they don’t there are players waiting to come in and take their chance.

“And we tell those waiting to come in to take their chance when they get it, and by and large they have done.

“Obviously we were disappointed when the B team game was cancelled during the week because it would have been an opportunity to get some minutes in players’ legs

“But it was cancelled due to the weather, so we weren’t able to do that.

“It isn’t too big of a problem as the busy week means we are probably going to have to make changes and lads will get their chance then.”

Defender Junior Tiensia remains the Bluebirds only long-term injury, which means has an almost full squad to choose from.

That means a selection headache for the Barrow boss, but it is a problem he welcomes.

“We have some interesting and some difficult decisions to make,” he added. “As always we try to pick a team or squad that we think will get us the result in any one game and that changes depending on the opposition.

“But it is a good problem to have and certainly preferable to struggling to name a side.

“Credit to the physios and the medical staff because they have worked so well with the playing staff all season to make sure we have more players available for selection and that has made it interesting when it has come to selections.”