Paul Rutherford says the Wrexham board deserve credit for ensuring the club can continue to operate while the football season is suspended.
The National League campaign has been halted, and might not be played to a conclusion, due to the coronavirus pandemic that is bringing the world to a halt.
Director Spencer Harris has revealed that there are no “immediate concerns” for the future of the club and that Wrexham would be able to “ride out any storm”.
Winger Rutherford believes the people running the club should be applauded for putting Wrexham on a strong financial footing compared to other teams in the fifth tier.
“Wrexham are probably in a slightly stronger position than most Conference teams because we are a bigger club and we have got bigger resource,” said Rutherford.
“There is more available and it has been well-built in my opinion over the last few years in terms of fan ownership and the contribution of the whole community.”