BARROW AFC boss Pete Wild has asked supporters not to 'desert' his side as they experience a slump in form. 

Back-to-back defeats against AFC Wimbledon and Forest Green Rovers condemned the Bluebirds to one win in their last six League Two games.

Despite this recent slump, Barrow still retain their six-point cushion in the playoff places and will look to get back to winning ways against Karl Robinson's Salford City at the Penninsula Stadium.

Ahead of this awayday, Wild asked the Holker Street faithful to stick by his side through the good times and the bad.

He said: "As a fan you sign up for the good and the bad. If you are there for the good and not the bad you are going to be disappointed.

"We have to stick together, we have to make sure we are one, which we have been throughout the season but like I say, if you desert us when it comes to the bad we have got some problems.

"We have to stick together throughout it all and we are still here, we are still fighting and I hope that they all will too."