DENBIGH TOWN FC forward Jake Walker believes the 2019/20 Welsh Alliance One campaign should be finished when possible.

Town have enjoyed a great season to date, currently sitting in third in the WA1 table on 38 points (with games in hand on Holyhead Hotspur and Glan Conwy who are above them).

The club has also reached the Lock Stock Cookson Challenge Cup final - where they were set to play league-leaders Holyhead Hotspur.

27-year-old Walker joined Denbigh from his hometown club St Asaph in the summer of 2018. He has been on of the players of the season in 2019/20 - scoring 37 goals in all competitions to date.

The 23 goals he's scored in Welsh Alliance One alone places him as the leagues top scorer (with Llanrwst's Callum Parry, also on 23, having departed for Colwyn Bay in Cymru North division).

No surprise to hear then, that whilst talking to the Free Press this week, the striker was eager to see the season resumed rather than voided.

Walker said: "I would much prefer to finish the season than scrap it all off - especially after we reached a cup final and are doing so well in the league.

"On a personal note, I'm currently on 37 goals - which is the most I've ever scored in a season, with hopefully more games left to play too".

Walker's goal haul this season means he's now over the two-hundred mark for his whole career, having also been a goalscorer for Llansannan, Abergele, Glan Conwy and St Asaph previously.

Since joining Denbigh, Walker has formed a great partnership with fellow forward and club captain Mark Roberts - who has himself hit 13 goals this season.

"I would say he's the best player to play alongside," Walker added.

"We've become a bit of a deadly duo this season up front together and he's always giving 100%.

"In terms of the greatest player I've eve played alongside, I'd go with our current assistant manager Owain Roberts - a great player who always set a good example."

In terms of highlights for the 2019/20 season, Walker says the 4-2 Lock Stock Cookson Challenge Cup semi-final win over Nantlle Vale was the "best team performance".

Talking about how he hopes the season will end for both himself and Denbigh Town, the forward added: "It would be nice to win some silverware, as well as keep pushing ourselves for the league title.

"I would also like to try and win the golden boot from a personal perspective. I've learnt so much during my time with Denbigh, from how important off the ball movement can be to pressing as a team".

The Football Association of Wales has this week extended the current domestic fixture suspension until May 15 at the earliest due to the ongoing concerns regarding coronavirus. There are hopes that Welsh Alliance One and Two could continue from June.