Jay Harris says it was a no-brainer for Wrexham players agreeing to be placed on furlough.
The board announced on Thursday that all people employed by the club – including the playing and coaching staff – were being asked to move into the Government-organised Job Retention Scheme as the world continues to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.
The National League season has been suspended indefinitely and all non-match day events at The Racecourse have been cancelled, meaning there is no way of generating income.
Furloughing has been introduced to “protect the future of the football club” and Harris doesn’t have a problem with it as the midfielder looks at the bigger picture.
“Everyone has got to play their part,” said Harris.