KEN Anderson hopes his meeting with the Supporters’ Trust will pave the way for a productive working relationship in the future.

The Wanderers chairman spoke with trust officials on Tuesday afternoon in what he described as an “open, frank and meaningful meeting.”

“I am hopeful that going forward we will be able to work closer together and be more supportive of each other, as it is essential that we get the club back on a financially sustainable foundation,” Anderson said.

“I have to say, I came away from the meeting believing that they were on side and would be very supportive going forward in helping, supporting and understanding the difficult and at times painful decisions I am having to make to ensure the future of this club.

“Together, I am confident we will come out of this much stronger for the actions we are currently having to take.”

The BWFCST has confirmed it will meet with the other majority shareholder, Dean Holdsworth in the near future.

After back-to-back wins, Anderson also hopes Wanderers’ pursuit of promotion can continue heading towards this weekend’s trip to Bradford City.

“As I keep saying, there's still a long way to go and there will be many twists and turns, not forgetting some surprise results, but as long as we can continue to remain focused, I believe we will be there or thereabouts come the end of the season,” he said.