Hayes & Yeading United chairman Tony O’Driscoll has thrown open the doors at Beaconsfield Road for fans to get answers.
Estimates have suggested it will cost around £500,000 to see the club return to the borough and far more to complete the construction to the original specification.
There has been speculation about the future of the Conference South outfit among supporters and O’Driscoll has moved to allay their fears by holding an open forum next Thursday (November 27) at 7pm.
He said: “On Saturday I asked the fans to come down next week. I want to talk to them and give them the answers they are looking for.
“They can ask whatever questions they want. There is information being spread around that is just wrong, so I will give them the opportunity to get the truth from me.
“I’ve asked the manager to come down and all of the people that can help out answering questions, whoever they may be.
“Anything they want to ask, they can ask. I’m sure they’ve all got questions.”
While United continue to struggle off the field, significant progress has been made on it after last season’s dreadful campaign.
Phil Babb’s boys were unlucky to go down 2-1 to Conference South promotion hopefuls Bromley at the weekend – Pat Cox netting their consolation – and O’Driscoll is delighted with the improvement.
He added: “Bromley are one of the favourites and we gave a good account of ourselves.
“I spoke to their manager afterwards and he thought we were worth a point. Last season we’d probably have lost that game three or four-nil.
“We are doing much better and everybody is pleased. There are a few of the same players from last year but some new ones have come in as well and added steel.
“We’re not giving up early and we’re fighting until the final whistle. Last year, perhaps it got to 60 or 70 minutes and we threw in the towel. You play a different type of football when you’re down the bottom. We’re playing with a little bit of confidence now and it is psychological.”
*Today's (Wednesday's) Gazette states the H&Y fans forum will take place on Wednesday (November 26). This was correct at the time of going to press and has since been moved. Apologies to our readers for any confusion.